JayGee - Way to see the bright side about skipping the snip!
Enjoy that ride! I'd like my dh to consider it but he gets woozy just thinking about it so it isn't looking up. If I get an extra second I was going to do a little research on all the new fancy pills that help keep AF at bay. I haven't used any in 11 years but since AF has become so irregular I'd kind of like to force it into submission again. Anyone love theirs? Gaye?
So I just had two of my friends from college here for the last 10 days and it was so nice. They were so easy, they washed all the dishes every day, played really nicely with the kids, it was just so cool. Kind of like hanging with Dingos, just easy and fun.
Now I've got to figure out a plan for the rest of the summer, we have some big projects that we really need to just DO, like ripping out the messed up ceiling in the kitchen, rewiring and then replacing the drywall with tongue and groove. That should be easy.
MB - How are your chicks doing? Ours are big and stinky 4 week olds and we need to get them out of the house! I don't know if I just don't spend enough time with them or what but they freak out completely every time I move the top of the their pen to give them food and water. So much for imprinting on me!
Gaye - Well done on the flat tire!
, I have to admit, that is one thing that keeps my enthusiasm for biking a little low. Lame I know. So, if there's ever an opportunity can I send you on a blind date with my friend who was just here? He's totally getting into tri sports and I can't stop picturing the two of you swimming, biking and running off into the sunset together. If only this country wasn't so dang big!
Congrats to Mr. Nemesis! That's great!
Good luck to you too, I've always thought it would be cool to work in a hardware store.
Mommajb - 80F at 6 am? Sheesh! Now that you mention it I remember those mornings from when I lived in IL and at the time I kind of liked them but I sure don't miss the later in the day part. Too hot.
La4 - Sorry about your grandmother. It's so sad that when dementia sets in it seems to eliminate the nicer part of people's characters first. My grandmother was very similar, she got super paranoid and lashed out at the people who loved her most and were taking care of her. I hope that if I ever get to that point there will be an easy nuclear option my kids can sign me up for, I'm afraid I could become uberly crotchety.
Dang! My FM plan for today was taking Alison into school and back on my bike but the chipsealer truck just drove past my house. I wonder how deep the chips will be on the shoulder? Probably pretty deep and mushy. Oy. Okay, what shall Plan B be?