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Sunday, May 31, 2009

WEEKEND FUN

JEREMY IS HERE FOR THE WEEKEND, AS I AM FEELING BETTER.

I AM STILL ON RESTRICTIONS. BUT I DID MORE YESTERDAY THAN I HAVE IN A LONG TIME. I REMOVED SOME WEEDS IN THE HOSTA BEDS IN FRONT OF THE HOUSE . AND I COULD NOT BELIEVE I DID NOT PANT FOR AIR. I DID NOT EVEN TAKE A ZERTEK FOR ALLERGY'S.

JEREMY FOUND SOME JUNK MAIL I HAD WITH A KEY TO OPEN A NEW CAR CONTEST AND DECIDED TO STICK IT TO HIM. I LAUGHED AS IT DID NOT STICK TO ME. I TOLD HIM HE IS MAGNETIC LIKE HIS GRANDPA. SO I TOOK A COUPLE OF PHOTOS OF HIS ADVENTURE AND CALLED HIS MOM FOR A JOKE. I TOLD HER JEREMY HAD HIS EAR PIERCED. SHE WAS LIKE. " YEA RIGHT!" I TOLD HER TO GET ONLINE AND I SENT HER PHOTOS ON MESSENGER.

SHE LAUGHED AS SHE HAS THE SAME JUNK MAIL AND SENT THIS PHOTO BACK.
THEN THESE 2
JOZLYN WILL BE 5 MONTH ON THE 7 th. CAN YOU BELIEVE HOW FAST TIME IS FLYING?
I LOVE THE INTERNET AS SHE IS CLOSE ENOUGH TO SEE NOW.
BUT WE STILL DO NOT HAVE TO LEAVE OUR HOME TO SHARE FUN.
PhotobucketHave a wonderful day and remember to laugh and play.Photobucket

We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing. - George Bernard Shaw

7 comments:

Gail said...

You should send the car company a Thank You Note! Isn't it wonderful to have fun with such a simple item?

Have a great day!

Zaroga said...

Fun in the simplest form :-) Loved reading this. The baby sure is growing fast!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Take it easy Grammy --and don't over-do. Your grands are such cuties...Both Jeremy and Jozlyn have such expressive eyes. Beautiful!!!! I cannot believe that Jozlyn will be 5 months old soon. GADS!!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

Wendy said...

Oh what fun!! Your grandkids look so cute! Jozlyn is growing fast!!! Keep well, Ernie.

Denise said...

Your family really knows how to have fun, lol

Cindy said...

Hey Grammy thanks for stopping by!

IRC:

well put Grammy! You bring up alot of good points we're talking about now: mainly a list of "must haves", "don't care", and " Good but not needed" and so forth. We;d like a place thats not so rural there no neighbors but we def do not want a fancy gated community with regulations on what I can plant etc.

We're not sure how much space is "enough" and "too much"- I don't see us ever really having cows or horses ( because of the work involved and me being allergic to them) but I would love a nice size kitchen garden, fruit trees for canning, room for chickens and possibly a goat or two for milk. Having some uncut trees/woods around would be wonderful for the beauty as well as privacy should the nearby lots end up being developed in the future, ya know?

Shopping, schools and hospitals were 3 things that came up right away, I can do without daily access to shopping like we have heres, it just means we plan 1 day a week to drive the hour or so thats needed ot get to the closest major city if needed but not having a hospital nearby freaks me out with 2 children and all. BUT since there isnt nearly as much traffic as here you can cover alot more ground when driving. Schools are a toss up, I really don't want to homeschool my kids, I honestly want a break from them for a bit during the day, but then again I never thought I would be dreaming of moving from SoCal to the country....so my mind may change- kinda like the weather, gimme a few minutes! LOL

We'd probably try to rent in an area first to get a feel for it and to be able to move if its just not working out for us there. The big move if ever is years away, we still have to tie up loose ends here with our house in foreclosure, the bankrupcy, job prospects, we really just want to set steady on our feet here first and put some money aside in savings before deciding where to go in this state or anywhere else in the US.

Carla said...

They would have the 'key' to my heart for sure!! How fun to play, and share the smile:)
You are teaching GREAT life lessons:)