Aw, Suzanne, I hope your family is feeling lots better by now.
I got off to a flying start this morning, and I'm still going. Just have to finish some laundry so I have clothes to wear to work tomorrow and then I'm going to bed. I got two out of three of a client's businesses caught up and sent to her CPA today, and then I emailed a CPA with a final question for another client. I think the end is in sight. And unless the client I worked for today is ready to finish her third business next weekend (which will be only a couple hours), I decided I am taking the whole weekend OFF. All mine. Not telling anyone! I can't wait... LOL
My boss is in the Netherlands most of all of this coming week so it will be a bit more quiet and relaxed at work. I have a massive budget to finish on Monday and then it's just a normal week of payroll, bills, etc. I might have time to start on other projects - or breathe...!
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Well, I got whatever James had, so did Andrew. I made it to the bathroom, andrew did not. I have never seen so much puke. Plus, he managed to hot the clothes I set out for the trip tomorrow. What are the odds? I do feel better after puking, not great, but better. James seems great, so I think it must be a 24 hour thing.
Yay, Deb! Seeing your family will do you a world of good!
Suzanne hope your little one gets better soon. I had one who never got ear infections and one who got them frequently - like his dad, it was actually the physical design of his ear canals that made him more prone. Eventually he got tubes (age 4 I think) and never had a problem after that. Think he had them about 2 years before they fell out.
Lots of cooking today. Meh. I'll appreciate it later in the week, but lord I hate it!
Have a great day all!
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Food is good today -- had tuna salad last night, with lettuce, cuke and mayo.
Breakfast and lunch today have been chicken with mayo (leftover sop easy to do). Either steak or lamb chops for dinner, as both are defrosted; the other will be for tomorrow.
had the dogs out at the local commons for nearly an hour today -- we actually had some sun! Though my left ankle and back/hip area really hurt, I got some fresh air. Sat down to rest as I could. Had fun, as I always do with my "puppies" along.
Doing a bit of work today, as usual. (paperwork, weekend sales packed up, and such).
And also counting down the days till I leave for America. Can't wait to see my family!
Kids do have a knack for timing, don't they? Hope the poor little tyke is feeling better when he wakes up.
There is a about half an inch of snow outside, and the sun is shining and everything is sparkly. It's the first sun we've had in almost a week, so it's especially nice to see.
By the way, I'll be leaving on Wednesday for a week in Idaho. There is wifi at Mom's house, sort of. My brother said it keeps cutting out, but he did say how to fix it. (Unplug it, let it sit for a minute, and then plug it back in. Real high tech.)
I got up at 7 this morning to finish up four quiche that I'm taking to a brunch at church. Then back home to start getting ready for my trip. It suddenly occurred to me last night that if I'm leaving about 5 am on Wednesday and will work all Tuesday morning and have class Tuesday evening and have to run to the store and get some stuff to take to the food pantry Tuesday afternoon, I'd better be ready to go by Monday!
I am home with a sick baby. Poor little guy, I think it is his tummy, no fever. He cried for 30 minutes and just fell asleep. I hope he isa bit better when he wakes up. Plus, we leave to go skiing tomorrow.
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