Monday, October 23, 2017

Happy Birthday

Today is my granddaughter Kelly's birthday. 

Happy Birthday sweetie! 


Love you very much!!

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Sunday . . .

Yesterday was Mah Jongg at Jean's at noon then 4 o'clock Mass and shopping at Walmart.  After checking out, I stopped at the Pharmacy for the senior flu shot and the clerk asks me for my Part D card. I thought that was strange cause I would have thought the flu shot was Part B. No she says and she's sorry because I don't have coverage for shots.  So when I got home I called my Part D carrier and guess what? The flu shot is covered under Part B not D.  Kind of upset after that fiasco.

The Cleveland kids arrived safely at the farm yesterday evening.  They will be at my house tomorrow around noon.  Can't wait to see the grands again.  Hopefully, we will have some pool time in the afternoon and then my car will get packed. On Tuesday, we'll be on our way to Marco Island.  I love these family vacations.

I know this is a bunch of dribble but it's my life and that's pretty much all I've got!!

Friday, October 20, 2017

Getting ready!

The Cleveland kids will arrive at the farm tomorrow and stay until Sunday. Then on Monday, they will be coming down to get ME and off to Marco Island we will go.

Yesterday was getting all the beds ready for company.

Today is cleaning the golf cart which is a total mess right now.

This afternoon is new tires for the Bessie & a trip to the recycle bin.

Sounds pretty routine but very exciting for me.


Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Bessie came back home today!

The conversation around here is usually centered around "before Irma" and "after Irma".  Our county was the worst after the Keys so getting things back to normal will take a while. No damage to my house but Bessie (my car) was damaged when someone's roof landed on her and then danced around long enough to do quite a bit of damage. She's been in the body shoppe since last Monday and finally got to come home today.  Sooooooooo glad! 


Sunday, October 15, 2017

I'M BACK! IT'S BEEN WAY TOO LONG & I HAVE NO GOOD EXCUSE SO HERE I AM.

Saw this entry on Facebook from my cousin Patti this morning and it seems like the perfect vehicle to get me back in the game.  So here goes . . . 

I wish more people did these...It's fun to learn little things about my friends.

Giving this a try...
1. Favorite smell. Lavender
2. Last time you cried earlier today
3. Favorite pizza? Pizza Hut
4. Favorite flower? Daisy
5. Did you go to college? U of Akron
6. Untie your shoes when taking them off? no
7. Roller coasters? Hell no
8. Favorite ice cream? Moose Tracks
9. Favorite pass time? Criminal Case game
10. What drives you crazy? gossip
11. What are you listening to? Browns (yuck)
12. Favorite Color? Pink
13. Tattoos? Nope
14. Piercing? Ears
15. Color of hair? Brown & Grey
16. Color of eyes? Blue
17. Favorite food to eat? Anything sweet
18. Favorite drink? Sweet Tea
20. Night owl or morning person? Night
21. Favorite day of the week? Tuesday
22. Do you have a nickname? Margie
23. Pictures on your wall? Yes

Come on, add a bit of fun to your day. Copy and paste into your status and change my answers to yours.

Now I plan to visit some friends. Have to find Toni and Kathy's new addys. Later . . . 

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Throwback Thursday . . .



Remember these?  I loved these! 
They were one of the best penny candies!
Maybe, just maybe, they really were the good old days!

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Spiritual Adoption of Rose . . . my unborn baby


Spiritual Adoption Program Month 3 - 
Developing Baby "I can suck my thumb" Your spiritually adopted baby is quite active in the womb now-- although his mother won't feel her for another couple of months. If his mother's womb had a window, 

you could watch your spiritually adopted baby:
 squint, swallow, and move his tongue. 
She can make a tight fist if you touch her palm. 
She is breathing amniotic fluid, which continues until birth, 
although she obtains the oxygen her body needs through the umbilical cord. 
The baby you are praying for weighs one ounce. 
Early this month--at just nine weeks . . . she began to suck her thumb.