Beth ran today on her injured foot. She shouldn’t have. She was trying to prevent a guy from stealing from Walmart, and she didn’t think before she ran. Maybe she’ll post about it. After the surgery, she can’t put any weight on it for at least 8 weeks.
Poor little kitten. After I took the picture, he sat there and shook his head like he was trying to get the flash out of his eyes. They will be 4 weeks old Saturday.
2:50 p.m…Came across a good post on a first love. It’s not a how-to or a what-to-do-about-the-situation….just someone’s experience. It was interesting.
Steve’s going to have a recliner in his office It’s a leather, vibrating reliner, with a cooler in the arm to hold his can of Dr Pepper. But I’m afraid he might not come home. No…his company is not providing furniture that can come between a couple. We just bought it from my sister….for $20. She had it in her garage sale, and it didn’t sell, so she said we could have it cheap. I know the chair…it’s not in bad shape. So now he’s going to have a reason to look forward to going to work
We are also getting a couch from her. She’s had it for years, and had it recovered several years ago. It’s a sleeper sofa…with a Simmons Beautyrest mattress in it. She just wanted to get rid of it. So when we get Bethany moved to the other bedroom, I am going to put it in her current room, and make a guest room out of it. With it being a sleeper sofa, we can use that room for other things besides a bedroom.
We also bought my car and Steve’s truck from the same sister. I just watch for what she wants to get rid of next (Justin…don’t you tell your mother that!) This is also the sister that Brandon works for.
9:15 a.m…Any morning that starts out with hearing glass shatter on your kitchen’s ceramic tile floor, is probably not going to be a good morning.
I can’t believe it’s May 1 already. I also can’t believe that in 3 days, my youngest baby will be 22. And that in 4 days, she’ll be having surgery. I told her maybe she’ll meet a cute doctor during her surgery.
Turn Signal: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell
“Courage is almost a contradiction in terms. It means a strong desire to live taking the form of a readiness to die.” – G. K. Chesterton, essayist and poet
WELCOME HOME, ETHAN. AGAIN.
(What a cutie! )