All but you night owls are probably tucked away in bed now.
The weekend has flown by!
Our youngest son got here around noon on Friday. On Saturday we went to a fun flea market out in the country. I came home with a Maurice Sendak book I hadn't seen before, a metal pot planted with daffodils and ? (we'll find out when it blooms) and a container of catmint which thrilled the cats. In the afternoon we went to an annual quilt show where you get to vote on your favorite large, medium and small quilts and a challenge square. I bought a raffle ticket but my phone hasn't wrung with the exciting news that I won yet. Quinn has been coming down with something and was about to head home when he decided he isn't going to work tomorrow so he might as well stay tonight - always makes us glad.
Horrible news this afternoon that a friend's youngest son had a heart attack and then died. He is just a little older than my kids.
You know, I tried to set up the computer room for exercise also but I have been losing that battle because we keep storing things in here. Those Richard Simmons CDs (or Leslie's) sound good. I just plain don't like exercising in front of my family. Walking together is fine. We've decided to have a garage sale first weekend in May. Hopefully that will solve the over-crowding problem.
Paulissa, I love your attitude about taking on the math challenge.
Linda, Hope you are feeling better. It's annoying to get sick during vacation. This week is our spring break.
Vicki, Surely they won't require you to have one of those things in your home (defribilator?)? When I worked for Job Corps we were all required to take the CPR test. Most of us, after hearing about it, said we wouldn't do it unless it was a family member.
Heather, I am thrilled to hear a day may come when food won't be my comfort!
Louise, I love days out with my friends. I'm glad you were able to do that.
I hope everyone has a good week!
Edited by: PEACEFULHOME at: 3/23/2009 (00:58)
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