Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Good voice gone

John Wetton, one of my favorite singing voices, died today after a battle with colon cancer.  My brother listened to him in King Crimson for years and then we listened to him as the lead singer of Asia.  How much more 1980's can you get than them?  I have been singing "Heat of the Moment" all evening with a little pit in my stomach.  He had a beautiful voice that will be missed, but his suffering will be no more.  In honor of his memory, I will sing medleys of Asia music all evening.

Night all.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Tooth update

In the category of "No one cares, Jenny", I went to the dentist today. They took X-rays, which were long overdue and that is my fault. But they took them and found a nice, healthy crack in it. Nice. Basically I am practicing the art of avoidance right now until Friday. Drinking any beverage out of a straw; chewing on the opposite side; not breathing with my mouth open outside(that one is my rule); not breathing with my mouth open ever. Come Friday, the coronation ceremony will begin and I will have a crowned tooth, well a temporary until the super duper one is crafted. According to my friend and dentist, I clench my teeth. I do indeed. When I am concentrating or angry or stressed, I clench my teeth and then I crack those suckers. This is the third one to fall prey to my apparent clenching problem. Maybe I need a squeezey stress ball. Who knows. Whatever the case, I will have another piece of porcelain in my mouth soon enough.

Chew on that thought.

Night all.

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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Long Day...super long

Here is a quick scenario before I conk right out(I hope).

1. Arrived at work at 7am

2. Unloaded car full of many bags with items in them for a shower

3. Worked my job and wrangled kids and parents

4. Helped set up for shower and make punch and assisted the hub in sausage ball baking

5. Helped work shower and dip punch and refill trays of food

6. Helped clean up

7. Went to church council

8. Picked up the oldest from a Guatemala trip meeting

9. Arrived home 8pm ish

10. A bunch of other stuff happened

11. Now praying for a snow day to have a rest from the weekend

!2. Night all.

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Saturday, January 28, 2017

This tooth

Good grief, my friends. My tooth is going to be the true push my cart needs down the steep path into insanity. My dentist is the best and does a wonderful job. I just cannot get time to get there and they are a busy office and the dental work I face will probably be around a gajillion dollars. So I will apply clove oil every night and pray that I can put it on once without burning the crap out of my mouth. I haven't been too successful with that so far. BUT, after the intense burning ceases, there is a numbness that happens...or it may be nerve damage. I'm not sure. I'll keep you op to date with the latest on all that.

I'm going to go get a bath and watch "Mean Girls" and prepare for an insanely busy day tomorrow.

Night all.

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Friday, January 27, 2017


We had a lovely evening remembering my uncle and crying and laughing and remembering again and crying and laughing some more. So many people came to pay their respects to the family and to tell what my uncle had done to better their lives. We were treated with wonderful pictures of him and could not believe how much his grandsons and nephews looked so much like him. His memory will live on in all of those young ones running around. I just ask you to pray for the family. It is quite a blow. He was just the best.

After that, I am going to go put some more clove oil on my tooth. The heartbeat pain in my tooth is like a metronome of torture. Ouch.

Night all.

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Thursday, January 26, 2017

Watch out, vampires

It was spaghetti night at our house and I made two sauces, tomato and meat sauce and clam sauce. I may have over garlic smashed. The food was good, I must say, but I feel like I am sweating garlic right now. Dracula best stay away from this house. He won't like what he finds.

I am going to have to give in and go see the dentist next week. I went to get my tooth fixed on Nov.2 and it has never stopped being sensitive. Giving it the old college try did not work and I am giving up. I think I've going to have to pull out the clove oil and pray I can get it right on my tooth and not scorch the rest of my mouth like I did last time. It was brutal...but it worked for me like it did for Dustin Hoffman in "Marathon Man"...with out the sadistic dentist.

Night all.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Time slow down

My oldest is looking up colleges and test scores and scholarship information.  I am not ready for this to be happening.  Just yesterday, I was watching her walk into her Kindergarten room for the first time.  Now she is planning her community service hours, looking at schools all over including TEXAS and looking about scholarship money.  I am sitting here getting queasy.  Ugh.  I am proud she is excited and proactive.  I am.  

I am going to clean up a few things and then watch the Match Game.  I have no life.  

Night all.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Short post from a sleepy mom

It is close to bedtime, so I am not much for writing anything deep or fun or anything. Two of the three children have conked out and one is hopefully winding down. I've been searching for t shirts for the family for my uncle's funeral on Friday. We are all to wear funny t shirts since he would have wanted a light and fun service rather than a down and depressing one. I have three out of the fiv located. Hopefully I can find two more that will do him proud.

Wanted to share what his coworkers did for him. He was the pharmacist at a particular CVS store for years and his employees LOVED him...who wouldn't. This was discovered:

Started the waterworks up again.

Night all.
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Monday, January 23, 2017

Get cold

I am kind of feeling cheated by this winter so far, not gonna lie. I enjoy cold weather and snow and sledding and justifiable hot chocolate and lazing around in your long johns by the fire after a good snowball fight. In the night, I woke up to the thunderous sound of a monsoon apparently hitting the area. My first thought as I was flipping and flopping around, trying to find a comfortable pillow arrangement, was "Is the basement flooding?". My next thought for a good long time was, "if it was 28 degrees outside, what a crazy amount of snow we would have right now". I thought of all the exciting things we could do and the massive amounts of snow cream and snow runs we would have. When I realized that there was no point in getting up and checking the basement at that point because it would wake up the dog and a couple of children, I just finally fell back to sleep out of sheer exhaustion. Hopefully we'll get some cold back and another couple of good snows before spring comes. Until then, I will keep watching snow heavy movies to get me through. Just maybe not The Shining...happy snow. Happy snow.

Night all.

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Sunday, January 22, 2017

The World's a Little Less Everything Today

Not sure I have a whole lot to say tonight. We all have a relative or two who make a great impact upon our life and leave every door they darken a better place because they've entered it. My uncle was one of those people. I can remember as a little girl getting to go behind the counter of the pharmacy and sitting in the chair he sometimes used to count pills and fill prescriptions. He'd take us around the store and introduce us to everybody. He gave the most painless shots and got us mess inrecord time. He was one of the first to see all of my babies when they were first born since he worked right near the hospital and could swaddle like no one's business. He and my aunt were the young cool ones who drove a mustard yellow Volvo and had a cool dachshund named Andrea. He even climbed through the window to get me when I locked myself in a room and couldn't get out...and that was just last year. Ha, kidding. I was like 4 or so. He loved t-shirts with crazy sayings, Goodwill and Soupy Sales. He was an incredible cook, a hard worker and a Monty Python lover. He fiercely loved his seven beautiful grandchildren, his grog Bleu and was devoted to his high school sweetheart. He was a devoted son, brother, father, uncle, grandfather, husband. Just a stellar human being and man of God. When this whole journey started in April 2016, he put his trust in God and knew His will would be done. He fought valiantly through brutal treatments and fought like a champ to the end. Our loss early this morning is Heaven's gain. He has a new body and is no longer suffering. I worry for my aunt as she has been such a rock during this whole journey. She is tired and has lost the love of her life and needs prayers, but her hope rests in God.

Thank you, friends, for sticking with me during this journey and your patience and I have oh so often over shared. I appreciate it so very much.

Hug your uncles and aunts and moms and dads and loved ones tightly.

Night all.

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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Bucket List

I got to cross an item off my bucket list tonight. My son and I went to see a concert that has been way too long in the making for me. We went to see Ronnie Milsap at the Tennessee Theatre. Sure his opening act was not our taste and sure his voice has some wear and tear on it, but it was fabulous. I would go again tomorrow and the next day and the next. Such a talent with a wonderful sense of humor. The boy recognized several of the songs that I sing all the time. He was such a sport. We ate a lovely dinner at the Tomato Head, bought binoculars at Mast General and headed over to the historic Tennessee Theatre to find our seat and gaze at the architectural awesomeness that is that place. What a lovely evening with a lovely date and a childhood dream fulfilled.

Things are getting very close for my uncle tonight. Very close. Tonight, please pray for my Aunt L. Reality is a cruel thing and it is merciless right now. He is the love of her life and she is struggling.

Night all.

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Friday, January 20, 2017

So grateful

I saw one of my favorite people in the world at Kroger today. She is one of the three readers of this blog, bless her. She gave me a big and much needed hug this morning and I am so very grateful. Uncle D rallied slightly this morning...enough to tell my aunt he loved her and pucker his lips for a little kiss. What a sweet pair they are. A love story for the ages for sure. Sigh.

The hub and his girls are at Resurrection this weekend with a gajillion other Uniter Methodist youth, so the boy and I had a dinner date of his choice and my parents relaxed on the couch after a busy day. We went to Mr. Gatti's, the pizza and pinball and punctured eardrum wonderland for kids. The boy was thrilled and played about 30 games of Skeeball, ate some pizza and decided to stop off at Bruster's for ice cream we can share with Nana and Pops and eat in our pajamas. Our big date is tomorrow night. A date that I cannot begin to express how excited I am about. A concert that has been 36 years in the making for me. One that I have searched and searched for for years. But you will have to wait until tomorrow to find out. SOme people will thumb their noses, but there is nothing I love more than a gifted artist, born of humble means and differences that they have overcome to write beautiful and catchy and wonderful music. Squeeeeee!!!

Night all.

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Thursday, January 19, 2017

Tired day

It has been a busy and emotional day at the ranch. I have baked lots of meatloaf and mashed potatoes for delivery to the relatives. Uncle D has taken a turn for the worse and is getting closer to being relieved of his pain. We're certainly sad, but it has been a sweet day today. I got to talk to him and tell him I loved him and visit with my cousins and other friends and family. We've laughed and cried and hugged and cried and laughed some more. As my cousin said, what a wonderful thing to have someone you love so much that your heart breaks at the thought of their leaving.

On a completely unrelated and random note, I could eat the crud out of some peanut butter cup ice cream right now. That is all.

Night all.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

A quick one

It has been a fairly uneventful day. Just the usual activities. My parents came in today to bring my aunt and uncle's dog back to them. Blue has been a calming force in all of this and they were glad to have her back. Mom was grateful to spend some time with her brother...I know it must have been hard. He's eight years younger than her and she has always been so fiercely loyal to him and protective of him. Both sisters have. They will go and see him tomorrow again. I may see him too. Just at a loss as to what to say. I don't want to go in there and bawl. That won't help anything. Here's hoping for strength and composure.

I'm going to go watch a show and take a hot bath.

Night all.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017


My uncle traveled by ambulance home today from Nashville. He is very sick...running a high fever...he has been given no other options. But he is home. He will be able to see his beloved family and rest in his own bed with his sweet dog. God will provide him with a new body when the time is right. I just pray we don't have to think about that for a while. We are all very sad and angry and heartbroken and worried and everything else. I appreciate the prayers you have sent up for him up to now. It is a sobering thing to hear your mother sob for her brother...for your cousin to break down for his father. But through it all, God's plan is perfect.

Night all.

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Monday, January 16, 2017

Emotional day

Since we had a holiday today, the kids and I slept in for a bit this morning. FOr the boy, that meant he slept in until 6:22am...well, he stayed in his bed until that time. After we were all up and fed and restless, we decided to go to the movies and see "Hidden Figures". If you haven't yet seen this movie, rush on over to the theatre and get your ticket. It was wonderful! The children all enjoyed it and got to learn some things as well. It was a good movie to see on MLK Jr Day. I loved it.

Once again, I am asking for prayer for my uncle with AML(leukemia). The clinical trial he is involved with has had no effect on the bad cells in his blood. They felt there was no good reason to proceed with the second dose of chemo as the side effects may be too much to take. Discussion of palliative care has begun. We are all heartbroken. All I can ask is for prayers to keep him comfortable and pain free what ever happens. He is just one of the best men out there. Just so terribly sad.

As I was cleaning up my face after a good cry, my oldest and youngest approached me and said they had a question. "Would you go on a date with me, Mom?"...the boy asked in his most polite way as he handed me some papers. Two tickets to see one of my all time heroes, Ronnie Milsap. I cannot express how excited I am. I have loved him for decades. It was all my oldest's idea. God bless her.

Night all.

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Sunday, January 15, 2017

My show is back

I have too many shows...I realize that. Luckily, most of them I record so then I can watch them and be productive at the same time. I can't begin to count how many pairs of socks and underwear I must have sorted and folded while binge watching something. "Homeland" comes back on tonight. My closest college friend, ME, got me started on it when it was in its second season and I could catch up on the whole first season. I have never, with the exception of maybe The Walking Dead, held ny breath and been so enthralled with a story line before. Sure, it has had its lackluster seasons, but it is so expertly written. Two seasons ago was without a doubt the most compelling thing I have ever watched on television. Okay, fiction wise. I know, I sound like a TV addict and need to not watch so much. I honestly don't watch that much. Sunday is a work day for me and is often stressful, so when Homeland comes on, I can't relieve some of that stress.

Ok, friends, so today a little boy came into the nursery and I have to tell your he looked like a little miniature Ed Sheehan. The only reason I really know to say that name is that he is one of the artists my girls listen to a lot. This child had little hipster pants on, a hat, a plaid shirt and bow tie. I am not allowed to post his picture, and he was too busy for me to get one in focus anyway, but let me tell you he was a-DOR-able. And he knew he was. I may get stressed out at work with the grown ups, but the children are the tops. Just excellent.

I'm about to Cocke out here soon, so I'm going to get ready for bed.

Night all.

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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Stage parents/band parents

I had a child audition for a high school concert band opportunity today. SHe has auditioned before...a process that she is not a fan of but realizes the necessity of. Whether or not she makes a band makes no difference to her or me. She is glad to do it because she has a 100 on a portion of her final at the end of the school year and won't have to mess with what some of the others will. I sat in a kind of central location with her coat, stick bag and paperwork she didn't need and people watched. I was kind of uncomfortable at how many people were crying around me. S is a perfectionist I know, but she knows her inability to control her performance anxiety and understands that it hinders greatly her results. Yet she still auditions for all these opportunities, knowing the experience is invaluable. I am in no way proclaiming myself a perfect parent in any way, shape or form, but some of these parents needed to BACK OFF. Ears pressed up to the doors of the audition rooms and looks of complete disappointment when their children came out...it crushed my heart. These kids' faces fell, buckling under the pressure that not only they have put on themselves, but now their parents have placed on them as well. S kept looking at me, looking at them and looking back at me. She sat a little closer and I hugged her and kissed the top of her head. I truly wished I could have given all those kids a hug. "S? I am just proud that you worked and practiced and came here and tried. If you don't get it, don't worry about your do or me. We are just proud you tried." When she had to go to a different hallway to do her timpani and prepared piece, she asked me to walk with her. I sat at one end of the hallway, up against some lockers in a sticky spot while she got in line. Prime people watching. One man stood with his ear to the door, listening to every audition and then gave his critique to the shell shocked student as they walked out of the room, always asking where they went to school and casting judgement upon that individual's band program. I was poised and ready to have words with him if he spoke to my child saying, "Uh, my child doesn't give personal details to strangers, thank you." Luckily, he left right before mine did her last audition. There were moms raising holy hell, excuse my language, with their band directors and other officials saying that participants were using illegal band equipment and they were going to complain to the authorities. Something about extra padding on their mallets or something. Come on, people. I mean, come on.

At least it is done. And she was relieved, got some lunch and moved on with her life. Thank goodness for that.

Night all.

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Friday, January 13, 2017

Robot neck

I woke up this morning with a crick in my neck. It is so awkward when you are trying to act cool and composed around your children, especially your teenage one, and you have to turn your whole body to check for traffic when you are driving them to school. "Why are moving your body like that? You look kind of awkward. Sorry to say that." I get that. I do move like the robot on "Lost in Space". All I need to do is wave my arms about and say "Danger Will Robinson". Hopefully it will work itself out sooner rather than later. Until that time, I will fashion myself a cardboard box costume and walk around the yard entertaining the neighbors as the new resident Tin (Wo)Man.

The kids and I are currently watching "A Series Of Unfortunate Events" on Netflix. Neil Patrick Harris is such a gift. We are all very entertained. I highly recommend it.

Night all.

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Thursday, January 12, 2017


I have few words to say tonight. My head feels as though it may split right in half. I am waiting for my large dose of ibuprofen to kick in, but until then, I guess I will be looking at my family out of one eye for the rest of the evening. The Blacklist comes back tonight, but I feel James Spader deserves to be watched through both eyes, so I will wait until tomorrow.

One of my children has to write a rap for a class, so I must go be an audience member to hear what they've come up with. Here's hoping the ibuprofen kicks in soon.

Night all.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017


I am trying to be gentle and not say bad words, but I am having to deal with a sh** stirrer. There are people in this world who have to stir the pot and get someone in trouble. In my situation, I'm not sure why people are coming to me to stir the pot, but I want nothing to do with holding that spoon. Keep away from me evil. My dinner didn't agree with me and I may barf on someone if they push me too hard. I'm hoping for a restful night.

Can we maybe have some more snow days? I want to go flying down the street on the old school sled again. I found the paraffin yesterday and am ready to wax that thing down and send it flying. I know I am in the minority on this. I'm okay with that.

Night all.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Super salad night

I don't know why I made that the title for today. I mean, that is what we had for dinner tonight, but it was not the moving force behind my day. I had work and the kids went back to school. Nothing extraordinary. The salad was tasty though, but the pine nuts I put on mine put it over the top. I love pine nuts. Wow. I am going way off track of whatever I was trying to say. To continue on another tangent, I started watching a very interesting documentary. It is called Happy People: A Year in the Taiga. It is about the people in the taiga area in Russia. Werner Herzog followed the people who live in this area and learned how they live. The trappers and the canoe makers and making homemade mosquito repellent from birch bark and all kinds of interesting things. It is fascinating. If you have Netflix, look it up. Usually I'm one to find mystery or comedy documentaries, but this caught my eye. I'm sure glad I did. I love a good documentary. If you have any you like, please send your suggestions my way. I'm always up for a new one.

Speaking of documentaries/docu series, I will be watching Leah Remini's final episode of her series on exposing Scientology. I hope there will be a second season.

Night all.

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Monday, January 9, 2017

They're Ready

We had a snow day today which was nice and one more day to sleep in, but I think the kids finally reached their limit with each other. They miss the daily interaction with their friends and, honestly, I think they miss the routine. I am a fan of routines, so I can understand. Tomorrow there is a two hour delay, so they will get their wish of seeing their friends...just for a shorter time. I know lots of parents are ready to have the kids gone and out of the house. I will miss mine. They can make me crazy, but I love having them home. I feel much more complete when they are here. Oh well. Such is life. They go to school and I go to work. We'll get back into the swing of school soon enough.

I'm going to go to bed early and hop I can get some sleep. Our 17 year old neighbor had his super duper noisy car back. Every night he has been out messing around until 12:30 or 1 in the morning. When he comes home, his flipping muffler is so loud that it wakes me up every night. FOr the past week. Ugh. I need to sleep. So...

Night all.

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Sunday, January 8, 2017

Is it bedtime?

I am awfully tired this evening. Not gonna lie. It was a little bit of a stressful morning, but a decent one. We've been getting laundry done and straightening done and back to school prep done. I made a new recipe that no one really enjoyed very much. We have gotten a call that school is cancelled tomorrow. Main roads are fine, but the majority of the back roads resemble ice sprinting tracks. So hopefully the temperature will go up enough to melt this off and get the kids back to school. The girls were actually disappointed that they didn't get to go back to school. They miss their friends. The boy misses his too, but he will always take a day off. So now, the kids are burning calories dancing to the Kinect and I am watching a disturbing documentary.and snuggling with the dog. She's awfully warm and I am warming up thanks to her.

Going to get ready and watch the Golden Globes for a bit. Woohoo.

Night all.

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Saturday, January 7, 2017

Love me some Cotten

I am currently sitting with my Saturday ice cream, finally warmed up and watching "Shadow of a Doubt". I know lots of things can be said about Alfred Hitchcock, but I love his movies. I have my favorites for sure, but this one and "Rear Window" are my absolute favorites. "Rear Window" has my favorite of all actors, Jimmy Stewart. My top five actors include three who are in Hitchcock films: Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant and Joseph Cotten. Mr. Cotten is the main star in tonight's selection. I have always loved him...especially when I saw him in "The Third Man". "Shadow of a Doubt", if you haven't seen it, is just so good and Joseph Cotten is so slick and scary. Look it up and watch it. Just perfection.

We had a few inches of snow last night, so we were able to get some sledding in with the children. There were no snow people or animals to be sculpted today as the snow was too dry. We zip zopped down the hill at a nice clip this morning and even faster this afternoon. The street had melted some and then froze into a nice bobsled track consistency. We finally had to go inside when our street turned into a driving range for idiot people who think it is okay to speed and talk and talk on their phones while sliding on ice. The boy had to take quite the dive into a yard to avoid getting hit by a neighbor girl. We were not pleased.

Tomorrow will be a chilly one, so I am going to hunker down and get warm while I still can.

Night all.

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Friday, January 6, 2017

Snowy Day

So we got our first flakes of snow for the winter and the town went bonkers.  I have to say, it was pretty exciting...but I love snows both big and small.  We have had some extra kids over to play in the snow and sip hot chocolate.  My mom was always so good to make snow days the best days of the year and we had a wonderful time.  I want to be able to give those memories to my children as well.  I also realize, after a snow day, that I need to call up my mom and thank her for all the work she put into those snow days.  I'm exhausted.  Tomorrow is supposed to bring some more snow, but I have learned to not hold my breath.  We'll all be excited if it comes.

I've been messing with my new pencil a little bit more.  I'd show you my latest doodle, but my phone is not cooperating.  Maybe tomorrow.  Now, I'm getting ready for bed.

Night all.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Wednesday, January 4, 2017


I don't know what to write about this evening. It has been a busy day, but I can't say that I got a whole lot accomplished. I do have my boy back and am so glad to see his sweet face. On our way back from getting him, we stopped to have our favorite delights at Pal's. Since moving away from my hometown, we have been Pal's deprived and always take advantage of any chance we get to have some. I am now paying the price with a torn up stomach. Nothing to do with the restaurant...just my out of shape stomach. Oh well. Hurts so good.

I ask again for prayers and positive thoughts for my uncle and friend S. One is starting a new clinical trial for cancer and the other is ailing in the hospital with DKA. They both need super prayers.

Night all.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Day for some prayers

It is a rainy, messy day here today. Just the right day for a nap...or seven. I worked the majority of the day and the poor children were stuck at home to fend for themselves. Happy Christmas break to you, kids. I would ask you to say some prayers tonight. My uncle goes tomorrow to see his new doctor and start some new chemo in a clinical trial. I know he is getting anxious and worried. Being a pharmacist has its benefits and its drawbacks, especially when you know about the different drugs that you are being treated with. We just hope that he has success with this new drug.

Also, I ask that you pray for one of the girls who works at church in the nursery. She is currently in the hospital very sick from DKA. Her mother said she needs lots of prayers. When you have diabetes, things can go south so very quickly. We just pray she gets better very soon. It is so scary.

I am going to go get my oldest some cold medicine and see if we can attack the stuffy nose she has developed. She sounds like a poor muppet.

Night all.

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Monday, January 2, 2017

2017 Blahs

I don't know why, but I have the blahs today. I think I am dreading the end of our Winter break. It's sad, really, since it is Monday and the kids don't go back to school until next Monday. I need to get over it. I go back to work tomorrow and that is part of the problem also. My time with my children is so precious, I just hate the thought of leaving them at all while I have them home. Hopefully Incan get in and out quickly.

The kids tried on some cheap virtual reality goggles we came upon at Christmas. I am sore from laughing so hard. It was absolutely hysterical. If I can get the video up at some point, I will. Best thing ever.

Night all.

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Sunday, January 1, 2017

Happy 2017

I am wishing everyone a wonderful and healthy and prosperous New Year.  My two youngest and I have taken a short adventure to my parents' house as New Year's Day is my mom's birthday.  The oldest and her dad have had an afternoon of driving practice in the yucky mist and goop.  The kids are currently in their pj': and we will be watching the viewer's choices for their favorite Twilight Zone episodes.  We are anxious to see some of our favorites.

That is about as exciting as it gets.  Woo hop.

Night all.