The Daily Grind ~ 11/16/12
It's FRIDAY!!! :cheer2:
Looking forward to this weekend... This means only 4 more days til PJ is home for a mini-break before finals the first full week in December..
Prayers and pixie dust to those in need.
I have been up and moving today since DH decided he needed to be exceptionally LOUD this morning when getting ready and sliding is coins off the dresser... SERIOUSLY dude.. I still have 15 minutes!!! :confused3
So here is what is left:
boys up and movin'
boys to school
email request for annual appt.
pick up boys
work for an hour on DS12's food web project
wrap baby outfit for baby shower on Sunday
count up completed pages and add them to the challenge thread
I hope everyone has a wonderful day! Enjoy!
Nan - want to get Richard going this morning?? he is being grumpy this morning (now James is laughing at this moment) I"m sending Richard to school in his Grumpy tshirt:lmao:
get Richard dressed
get boys on bus
get ready for work - hoping for short day, depends on if they pull anyone to go to dining hall
post new LO on blog
work on Adventureland section first & last LOs
Prayers and pixie dust to all those in need.
Nan, gotta love mornings that start out like that!
Reddy, I hope Richard loses his grumpies!
Woke up blah today, too much running through my head I guess.
call mom and talk about surgery, she thinks it will be sometime beginning of December
call a few people about questions from last night's meeting
hair appt at 10:30
kit pages for crop on Sunday
Hope everyone has a great day!
TGIF! Have been at the hospital since 0615...DH is the first colonoscopy patient of the morning. He should be out anytime now, yay! Only thing I have on my list today is grocery shopping. Will be home bound all weekend since its NASCAR weekend, the last race of the year, and we live 1.8 miles from the track. Traffic will be insane as usual. Hope to do some scrapping and I need to repot a couple of plants.
Hope everyone has a Happy Friday and a great weekend!
Good luck to DH today Becky!!!
Yes, I'd definitely be homebound this weekend... I know when the Indy 500 is in town or even the Brickyard, we avoid that area.. (about a 15 minute drive NE of us)... but we don't mind going the next town over and we can hear the scream of the engines.. and it's nice to see the cars "show cars" that stop off at the area grocery/department stores... Should be an interesting race considering the fight last week... (JG's parents live about a 10 minutes from us, he went and graduated from the rival HS.. )
Reddy, sorry Richard has the grumpies...
Cassey, hope the phone calls go smoothly!!!
I'm getting teary watching the Today show seeing the new American citizens taking their oath.. makes me wonder how DH's great grandparents felt when they took the oath... and especially my Grandma's parents when they became citizens... Something we take for granted I believe...
Nan I am right with you! Congrats to the new citizens!
Okay, Lee Greenwood is gonna do me in..."God Bless the USA" came out when I was in the USN. I cry every time I hear it...what a great song!!
Ok Becky, I thought I was the only one who cried when Lee Greenwood sings that song.. I remember hearing it the day my brother told me he was deploying on the air carrier after 9/11... (he was also USN)...
Haha, oh no Nan! I'm a big sap when it comes to patriotic songs! DH is retired USN, spent his career on aircraft carriers as a Navy Nuke, I served 5 years as a broadcast journalist, my brother 10 years. It does make u think of our ancestors though...mine came thru Ellis from Ireland, Denmark and Sweden. Have u heard the song "Isle of Hope" by the Irish Tenors? Get some tissue first!
Off to look up that song...
My Great-Grandparents were both from Ireland and come through Ellis Island.. I'm only the 3rd generation in the US based of Grandma's side..
Oh my!! Thanks for the warning!!! That is a beautiful song!! Oh my!!
Good Moring and Happy Friday to all!
so jelly that you are both sooo close to NSCAR tracks!! big race fans here - I've been to Daytona once in my teens and to NHIS once as an adult..
P & PD to all those who need them.. (hope it helps with the "grumpies")
I am working - shhhh -- till 2:45 then off
to get gas in DD's car
to the Dollar Tree to get some of my grocery shopping done
then home for dinner - BBQ Ribs! potato wedges and fried zucchini
I think I might set up my scrap stuff for tomorrow if Hubs doesn't mind..
Finish up Grocery shoppping
visit with my mom and Gramp
visit LSS get some papers for the MK sketch swap
put in winter storm window - the trailer is a bit chilly with just the screens in now!
make list for what to do over vacation (the week after thanksgiving) to get ready for Christmas
hmmm I had kin that came over on the Mayflower
all of mine been here for along time
Kin fought at the Alamo - direct line that fought at the battle that won TX their indepenance (my spelling is bad & I can't think how to spell it - really sad)
I"m thinking the newest person coming over was 15 generations ago
but I did know a guy in HS that became a citzen in HS - he showed us the test he had to pass - alot harder than what we had to pass for history class
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