Good morning. The temperature today is 51F degrees. The sun keeps peeking out from behind the clouds and temps might get up into the mid to high fifties. The colder temps are sneaking in ever so quickly.
I got a late start this morning. I just did not want to come out from beneath my warm covers. I guess Pogo didn't either because he was still asleep when I got up. We are both sun bunnies.
Daughter Audrey is coming to visit for a week in just one more week. Woo Hoo! I only get to see her once or twice a year and I'm really looking forward to our time together. She's going to help me straighten out my computer room. It used to be the computer room, but over time it became a place to put everything else.
Last night, a mayoral debate was held at our local community college. Jasmine was on the panel of speakers who would be asking the candidates questions. Here are some of the shots from the debate. (The newspaper photographer is Marc Vasconcellos) I downloaded these photos from the Enterprise website. This first image is the poster for the debate.
This is the panel from left to right: Mark Linde, Ed Cabellon, Marc Larocque and Jasmine.
Jasmine asking one of the candidates a question.
The mayoral candidates, left to right: Robert Sullivan and Jimmy Pereira.
Deanne and Eddie attended this debate meeting, but I haven't had a chance to find out what they thought about the candidates and how the meeting went. I imaging it was quite interesting. I will be interested to see how the November election turns out.
Jasmine is involved in a lot of the happenings at the college and in the community. I'm not sure but I do believe she will be majoring in Political Science when she transfers next year to the next college. I had so hoped to see her on Broadway, but I guess it won't be happening. Boo Hoo.
Where has all the time gone? Our little girl grew up right under our noses! First she was holding on to Papa's knees for support to stand up, then she was twirling around the kitchen in her princess dresses. Next came the saxophone lessons, and all the frightful Halloween costumes that she made. Besides excelling in school, she entertained us all on the stage.
She still entertains us on stage, attends college, has a job at Old Navy, is an active member of Phi Theta Kappa and participates in everything else that comes along. Has it really been so many years that I can't imagine them slipping by me so quickly?
I did start a bag yesterday for the Good Will but I did not finish it. That will be today's project. And, hopefully, I can make that two bags. We'll see. Well, that's my news for today. Now I'm off to do a bit of blog reading. So till Sunday, Y'all have a fantabulous weekend.
Hugs, Edna B.