Good Evening, Flowers!
It is cold in my corner of the world . . . 27 degrees as I am typing. The sun finally peeked out late this afternoon and hopefully will shine again tomorrow. I had bell practice tonight so am late getting myself organized for tomorrow.
Maggie -- We get out Dec. 19th, for Christmas vacation, and the teachers go back on Jan. 5th which is a "work" day for us. We finish our first semester before Christmas so have that day to get ready for second semester. The students come back on the 6th. Someone said it would be another 20+ years before the calendar is so kind again . . . I'm not planning on being in school then.
The cookbook sounds like a good one! How many more buildings are you going to make for your own village? You must have quite a few by now. Hmm, hmm, hmm! I can almost taste that fudge!
"Gma" -- I was surprised that Jack got to come home so soon. I know that hospital stays are much shorter these days . . . thanks to the insurance companies.
The cost of prescriptions is awful and I can see why elderly people stop taking their meds. I hope that you will get some rest although I'm sure it will be hard not to be constantly watchful over Jack. I hope all goes well for you both.
Gloria -- Nice to see you! I like seeing the grandkids one at a time and then I don't feel like I am showing any preference. Ian is so busy that he doesn't have much time for snuggling any more whereas Madaline isn't mobile yet and I could sit and hold her all day long. When everyone is together, I am tired afterwards!
They are little for such a short time! What else have you been up to? We miss you when you are AWOL!
I am heading to bed. It was a short night last night and I am feeling it tonight. Have a terrific Thursday, Flowers!