Saturday was so hot that I parked my butt in the chair and watched CSI and football all day.
Lily had fun at the park and the Aquarium.
Convos with Laura. I will miss these so.
Sunday's at work are usually pretty chill.
Today was exceptionally chill.
So let me share a story of how even people with dyed blonde hair can have blonde moments:
I leave work this fine Sunday, same as usual; I crank my car, think "wow I need to clean out the back seat!", put on my seat belt, sunglasses, and drive around the building to make sure all is good. I get to the end of the driveway and notice how beautiful the sky is. The clouds are amazing, and the color is outstanding. I take the long way home just so I can snap some pictures. I take a bunch without taking my eyes off of the road, get home, and of course prop up my feet and turn on some kind of sport.
Later I get my phone and start emailing myself the pictures. Now they look alright, but the colors I saw didn't capture. I couldn't figure it out, my camera always takes good pictures.
Then I realize......
Are you ready......
It was my sunglasses. They have blue lenses. They are new.
I can't make this up.
Obviously the first day I have worn them.
I feel sheepish.
Monday was very long. But there was pizza :)
These ladies are pretty much my entire album of screen shots.
As well as these ladies:
This Wednesday I shall reflect on how adorable my cousins Hunter and Brayden are:
They were so cute I could not be bothered to crop any of these pictures.
Sometimes, I forget to respond....
In the last blog I had asked prayers for my friends Brandy and Kevin's mom. She passed away this morning, so they needs your thoughts and prayers even more now. I have been blessed to have my mother in my life every day, and I will never take that for granted.
Don't tell her I said that, she will get a big head.
Friday Bailey and I went to Mrs. Carolyn's funeral. It was so packed that they brought out folding chairs and people still had to stand. I gave up my seat on the pew to sit in a chair, and became instant friends with the man that had his elbow in my boob and the woman that caressed my knee. And they both giggled when my stomach would growl.
The worst part was I had to keep my legs together because I was sitting sideways and people could see me.
After we paid our final respects and walked outside, I wanted to wait until the crowd cleared out and go back in right as they close the casket. That is the hardest part.
As I walked back in, two ladies that I love very much brought Bailey inside to sit down, she had nearly fainted. She was so white and could not hear me when I was talking to her.
I had no idea what to do, I don't know how to adult.
She got better, and then we got lost in the funeral procession as only I could do.
And then it rained and I got caught in ants.
As only I could do.
I was absolutely starving this morning, and since it's grocery day the only thing I could find was a can of Vienna Sausage, a questionable head of cauliflower, Fruity Pebbles, and a stick of butter.
We were also out of dog AND cat food.
I opened and washed the Vienna Sausage, was about to chow down on it's nutritional value, and Callie was looking at me:
I gave them to her, and she snarfed them down in less than a minute.
Little did I know that Scott had fed her before he left.
Anyway, I poured the few Fruity Pebbles in a glass and poured in the milk.
The milk was frozen.
I give up on breakfast.
By the time dinner rolled around (Lunchtime I was at the church), I said WE GOTTA GO TO TRAIL BOSS!!!!!!
Chicken, steamed veggies, and fried pickles it was.
I leave you this week this a phenomenon:
I enjoy sports, binge watching TV, food, reading, and slightly bearded men.