My husband is a very romantic man. He doesn’t think so, but I’m on the receiving end and I think that flowers for no reason other than “I love you” is top notch in my book. So yesterday, he comes home with flowers and a darling winter plaque. That alone would be great, but Read the rest of this entry »
So I haven’t been able to get to the mall and Christmas shop due to my foot surgery. My daughter had a day off and she offered to take me and push me in a wheelchair. I discovered a few things while being rolled through the mall. One, I felt like I had to tell people I was in the chair because Read the rest of this entry »
This Boise cold snap is worse than I thought. It was -5 this morning at 4:00am. Holy Icicles, Batman!
My daughter used to work at Sephora so she hooked me up with products that are awesome. I thought I’d share in case anyone is struggling to find a gift for a friend, sister or mom. Or a guy in touch with his feminine side. LOL. These are my favorite beauty things. Read the rest of this entry »
The mercury dipped to a mere 5-degrees this morning. I’m going to hibernate for the winter. That is simply too cold.
Here’s what I’m watching on TV these days . . .
Sunday: Desperate Housewives
Monday: Little People/Big World (I’m rooting for Matt and Amy!)
Tuesday: The Biggest Loser
Wednesday: Glee Read the rest of this entry »
Not sure what was wrong with me yesterday, but it started off with a headache that turned very bad with flu-like symptoms. My husband had to go out of town and thankfully, my daughter came over to take care of mom. Then my other daughter came over after work and they both spent the night with their MeeMee.
I didn’t pick a winner in the contest yesterday and will do so now. Sorry for the delay.
Today I feel great. Thank goodness!
Have a grateful Thanksgiving Day everyone!
Okay, going out on a limb and admitting . . . yes, I have parked in a handicap spot before when I was pressed for time and just needed to get in and out of a store. Bad me, but I didn’t really feel that bad about the act. Now that I’m temporarily disabled and have had to live in a world not meant for disabled people: ”Shame on me!” Read the rest of this entry »
It was the summer of 1970, I was 12. Flipping channels on the old Zenith, I stumbled across a show that caught my adolescent attention. It was juicy with gossip, pretty characters, and mystery. Suddenly, Dark Shadows, my all time favorite drama, had competition. The show in question was All My Children–a soap opera. Read the rest of this entry »