It's been a while, but then I've been busy, what with travelling to TN to celebrate the 4th with friends and all. Anyway.....about the tp'ing of my front porch. When I went to the Heritage Center that following Thursday to do my usual stint I told my friends what had greeted me when I got home. Some sympathetic noises were made and I didn't think anything about it. A little while later D stated that she discovered she might have some satellite photos of the person or persons involved, would I like her to try to retrieve them? Of course, I said, naively. She pulled up the photos on her computer and showed them to me, a big smile on her face. It was them! The gals I work with every Thursday! I laughed 'til tears came. It's so nice to be loved. It seems the group had gone out for dinner the Friday before I got back and had a few magueritas. I'm not positive who suggested it, but I have an idea. Guess she was only willing to sacrifice two rolls. Thank goodness. Otherwise it would have been a real mess since it rained the next night. How can you be angry with friends. Hmmmm, now all I have to do is come up with some ideas for payback. Nothing mean, just funny. Any ideas out there? I can't tp because some of them live way back in the mountains, too far away.
Other than that, let's see....I'm going to take another chain making class this next week, will be home a week, then another class. We were going to NC in August to celebrate my brother's 70th birthday but he called and cancelled that. My sister-in-law has pancreatic cancer, damn it. A death sentence. Haven't heard if she is going for any kind of treatment (which would make her life miserable even if it did prolong it some). While I know we all die at some point, she should be dying of old age, not cancer. I'll be keepng in touch to see when I can go visit. Hopefully my brother will keep in touch with news.
Geez, I just read what I wrote. My life looks like such a bore! My sense of humor seems to have taken a long vacation. Too bad I can't be like Monty Python and always look on the bright side of life. No matter, I am blessed with a great family and the ability to do pretty much what I want, so I'll get over it. There, I'm over it. Have a happy day.
Saturday, July 12, 2008
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