- Dec 27, 2013
True for so many of life's twists and turns.We have to laugh so we don't cry.
And a story of survival!!Yikes! Yeah, all I got was a couple of scars.
Might have been a convenient way to get rid of uninvited house guests though. "Hey, wanna see the bacon I'm smoking? No, please, you go first; I'm right behind you."The important part is that there's not a giant hole in the deck now.
And that's when we parents pull up our prayer pants.The independence was so wonderful. I think at that age, we're all ready to get away from mom and dad and do our own thing.
Looking forward to that TR!!Less than a month now!
I will confess, I was often grateful for a consistent job I could go to for someplace to go and be other than my apt during the worst of the lockdowns.Anything but our living room was an improvement.
I wonder if there is a rooftop dining place in BG? Won't be til 2022 that I get the chance to see it.If you can get up high, you can see a panorama of fireworks!
Julie wouldn't have, wait how did that story go? Remind me, she asked YOU out, right? It's been like 10 years since I've read that story.I really loved that school. The campus is really beautiful, set back in the mountains. Would have loved to have gone there. But then a lot of things would have turned out differently.