Good Evening, Flowers!
Another half day of school and I am FREE for 5 1/2 days of school. The kids were nuts today and tomorrow will be worse -- we will have all 8 periods crammed into 3 hours and 15 min. There's not much we can get done in 18 minutes of classtime!
Gloria -- I hope that I am half as good at being a grandmother as my mother was.
My kids have lots of fond memories of her as I do of my own grandmother. I seriously thought about making up an Easter basket but do think it might be a tad bit early.
Lorraine -- When our kids were little I used to hide Christmas and Easter things in empty luggage. They never thought to look there and the luggage was stored in the basement closet right next to where they would sit and watch TV.
Maggie -- I think I got the same Nov. 26th due date email you did.
I am excited for them and think they will make GREAT parents! CONGRATULATIONS
on the great loss! Like Gail said, you have done the work and the program has worked for you! I just wish I could be more consistent and get my act together!
Gail -- I iron too! If it's a typical week, sometimes I iron one thing every night depending on what I want to wear to school the next day. I try to keep ahead of Bob's dress shirts but it's easy to fall behind.
Once I get behind, it takes me forever to get caught up. I think that's why the clutter monster takes over my house during the school year! I think you missed my BIG
announcement from the previous thread.
Sharon -- I hope the chocolate craving is gone by now. I never thought it would happen but it seems that as I have gotten older, chocolate is not my favorite flavor any more. It's not fun having that "out of sorts" feeling -- I hope that it is gone along with the thought of chocolate!
Well, I need to go look for a birthday card that I forgot to take to school today. I swear there are days when I would forget my head if it wasn't attached! Have a wonderful Wednesday, Flowers!