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Cookout and life's surprises...

Saturday, August 17, 2013

We are attending a cook out tonight for my son's karate class. Bringing tomato and cucumber salad. Hoping that there is a better protein besides hot dogs!

This weekend has been all messed up. My surgery was supposed to be on August 28th. The Dr.'s office called yesterday just as we were going out the door and they had a cancellation. Now it is on Monday afternoon! And school doesn't start till Tuesday but daycare is closed. Guess my ds will just come with us. He is almost 10, and its just outpatient so he should be ok.

So I have been trying to get a week's worth of chores done in one weekend. School supplies are done, tomatoes are frozen--those that are ripe now anyway. I am trying to plan out some meals and healthy snacks for a couple days and get that ready.

Here I thought this was a pretty calm weekend! Such is life! emoticon

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ELMA1913 8/18/2013 10:33AM

    Oh goodness! That put a fast pace on everything, didn't it? Hope your surgery goes well, and you are able to recover quickly. emoticon emoticon

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MOMINE 8/17/2013 11:25PM

    emoticon Doesn't life have a wonderfully wacky sense of humor? emoticon

emoticon Praying for your surgery, your peace of mind, and for a day of rest tomorrow.

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MEMKEEPR 8/17/2013 5:05PM


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LIVELYGIRL2 8/17/2013 4:44PM

  Well, ya these sidetrips of changes. Hope it works out for the best! emoticon

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SUNSHINE192DAY 8/17/2013 4:27PM

    My weekends been blown out of the water too so I know how that goes! I hope and pray all goes well with the surgery!

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