Saturday, May 31, 2008

More changes...

It's a sad sad day in my hometown. Our LYS is closing it's doors today. We have spent many many hours there since they started carrying yarn. They are going to have the knitting groups at their home but... no yarn to buy. I guess that will be better for my wallet. Change continues. School is out and I am taking a week off before going back to unpack the boxes that have been in trailers for the last two years. I can't even begin to discuss the water-mold damage to things that were only suppose to be there for 5-6 months and ended up being a years. But it's summer vacation and I have no intention of being miserable over it. Life must go on.

Sunday, May 25, 2008


It's hard to believe that it is already the end of May, the end of the 2008 school year. Three school days left. I am unloading the trailers that have been packed up for two years. You have no idea what I have found. The older you get the faster the days go by. What is up with that? My advice is enjoy every minute. Life is starting to normalize around here. Our son and his girlfriend have moved to Arizona. They are doing well and he seems to be growing up. Daughters #3 bought a home and they have moved in. It's a nice starter home. The baby is due in July and she is big.
Daughter #2 bought a home and they move in June. They are so excited. Everyone is slowly finding their way in life. Knock on wood and we can keep it that way.
We received the best news in the world last week Aunt Melba's Leukemia is in remission. She looks strong. She was in the hospital for a month and a week had to go through transfusions and chemo every day. I made her two Pi chemo Caps and an Odessa without the beads. She has worn them every time she goes out. She looks good in them.
She surprised us last weekend by showing up at the Baby Shower with her daughter. She couldn't pass up painting for Baby Maria. My daughter's best friend and I had the shower at The Artist Within. It's a paint your own pottery place. We had a great time, we preselected pieces for the baby and the guests painted them in the baby's room colors and wrote a message underneath. It was great!
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