May 18, 2016
Good morning. It's another beautiful day here in my little part of New England. The sun is shining, and my little birds are chirping that they need more seed in their feeder. As soon as I finish posting, I will tend to the bird feeder.
Yesterday, life happened and SIL Eddie could not come by. No biggie. I kept busy putting things away and packing up a big box of new clothes for my daughter Laura Jean. I'm only about half done with her shopping though. This week I'll pick out some new sweat shirts and pants in lots of pretty colors. She has hypothermia, and these will keep her nice and warm on the cooler days.
I need to call Aunt Lucy today and let her know that Eddie and I will be picking her up tomorrow to go out for lunch. While Lucy and I were chatting on the phone last night, she wanted to know if I'd like to meet up for lunch one day. Yes, Aunt Lucy, I'd love to.
Eddie is coming by this morning. I don't know if he already bought the new bathroom sink, or if we are going shopping for it. Either way is okay with me. I'm easy to please. (most of the time)
Yesterday was a bit uneasy with one of the dwarfs. He had turned on the faucet in the kitchen sink and walked away. When I questioned why the water was running, he said it was so the grease would not clog up the drain. What???? I told him that in no uncertain terms was anyone to be putting grease down the drains. He could not understand why and was pretty upset with me for scolding him. This is a middle aged man who should know better. Finally, I told him he would do things my way or find a new place to live. It's that simple.
Today I have a new quick page for you. This one features Toto and Zlata, two of my favorite scrap characters. I hope you can use it.
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I borrowed an image from the web of a super tee shirt for doggie moms. Boy, this describes me to a "T".
Well now I must get dressed and start the breakfast dishes. If I have to go shopping with Eddie, I can't go in my jammies. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.