We started out anniversary day with going out to breakfast.
Unfortunately due to Labor Day weekend, we had to go to a back-up spot, and we both had scrapple with pancakes..**mental note to self-need a kitchen to start juicing again-scrapple will kill you!**
With that literally under the belt, we came back and took the girls out for a bit, and then decided to tackle the inevitable-colors for Undisclosed Location Deux.
We went to Lowe’s and agreed on paint colors for the house**hello?Snowstorm in August?*** and ended up back here with the girls, where we went on-line and found our siding and roof colors.
I think we’ve gotten this married team down pretty well, considering we’ve only done it for 11 years…lol.
Happy Saturday! Be safe this Labor Day weekend!
Tomorrow is our eleventh wedding anniversary.
Hard to believe, although so much has happened in our lives, it has all
happened, so it seems, in the blink of an eye.
Although we had no “human” children, we’ve been blessed with Zosia and
Kasia. We had a beautiful post Victorian twin which we sold this past
June and are actually working toward retirement.We are watching what,
hopefully,will be our last home being built.We’ve buried family and
friends, and have made new ones along the way.It feels as though we have
crammed a lifetime in along the way.
I couldn’t have asked for a better partner through life.Jim is truly
my better half.
Happy anniversary Seamus love you with all my heart!
Labor day is coming up.
I put in for a ton of time off**read 10 days*** and am wondering what I am going to do.
Last year I was with the girls at Undisclosed and loved it!
One problem with that this year- the house that was is no longer there
and I’d have to stay in the cottage with the girls.
Jim is not too happy with the idea.
If I go to Undisclosed for the weekend and come up, well,I’d feel obligated
to do stuff and I need to kick back.
Maybe this will help me make up my mind…lol
I miss cooking and baking.
I am surrounded by women who are constantly throwing out cooking ideas and recipes.
It’s not fair.
The new house is under construction and the house I am currently in has a range and microwave
but no working oven. It feels so odd not to be able to do what you’d like. Multiply that
by the fact that I subscribe to the Food Network Magazine and A Taste of Home and see their
recipes and I mark the ones I’d like to try…..
The question is when….December can’t come close enough!
I had an old dentist-the operative word here being OLD- he was in his 70’s.
My mouth was full of silver and spit and polish to hold teeth together, but by
God, my teeth held together,
Something had gotten to me,perhaps it was hearing the same old shtick over
and over, and Jim said try my dentist.
What a mistake.
I never had a dentist who made crowns and things and let his dental
hygienist put them in.This guy thought he was something, showing off
what he can do on a computer and how quickly he can “produce” things
.One month later, a cap fell off.
Guess what?When I went to the office he informed me that he
“thought” he would try a cap, but now that it has fallen off, he wanted
me to put out a grand for a new back molar.Uh, I didn’t have trouble with
the tooth in the first place,and you, sphincter dentist, decided looking
in my mouth =$$$$, and this is what I get for your “dynamic” dentistry?
It goes without saying I’ll be going back to the old guy or someone who
does their own work.Leave an email if you want me to tell you the jerk’s
I had a special guest star with me coming into work today,: my godson, Greg.
Today he begins his senior year at Temple University and I can’t believe how the time has flown.
When he has the class time, he’ll come all the way into town with me and walk me to work.
Then he heads up to the main campus.
He has overcome a lot with his Asperbergers to get as far as he has and I, for one, can not
be prouder of him.He hopes to teach learning disabled children.
(Aunt, in Polish)
We are all cooped up in the cottage and Kasia is going nuts. Obviously there is an animal out there that she wants to check out.
We have the Phillies on the radio, Zush is gently snoring, and Jim and I are on the computer.
It is funny, how with us not having a home right now, we have crammed enough stuff in here but it is far from homey.Jim is standing watching his PC and I am tucked away in a corner.
When sleep finally comes tonight, you can rest assured we will be dreaming of a finished home.