Wednesday, July 1, 2009


Have you ever had too many projects? Well it seems like we don't get one finished until we have an idea for another and sometimes there's one on hold and two in progress.

At the moment we are painting the outside of the house and inbetween we are moving furniture around on the inside to make room for our latest addition. A GRANDFATHER clock. Wow.... the company I work for is footing the bill because I've been here for 20 years. It doesn't seem like 20 years and I never intended to work outside the home for that many years, but life seems to happen.

Well in the mist of all of this we volunteered to keep our granddaughter over night so her folks, my husband's daughter and son-in-law can celebrate their anniversary, and got the good news that we are to be grandparents again via my husband's son and daughter-in-law. Great news and I'm sure I'll write more about that awesome event as time goes on. I have not one but three baby afghans in process......... boy, girl, twins???? The Twin part is not likely this time but when my son and his wife finally decide it is time, she's a twin so maybe.

And we have a man coming Saturday to put Hardee Board on the back of the house. Let me tell you I'm tired already and keep thinking of other stuff I want to do. How bout that bathroom tile, and the new floor for the Utility Room, and oh yeah I want to steam clean the bathroom...... It's all about time and the management of time.

Which brings me to another thought, I want to finish my brother's quilt for his big 70th birthday and I do so want to get back to writing. Two books and I stopped to get married, well we are old married folks now, almost 2 years, but like Larry says if you count all the years we've been married to each other and to others, well........ it's a total of 72 years.

I'm working on getting my head in the direction of a book I started years ago and didn't finish. And we've also borrowed a treadmill and so far I'm up to a mile a day.... Yea Me.
So guess at this stage I just need to record my thoughts as I walk and write them down later or just slow down on the projects.

Have a Blessed Day

1 comment:

Robynn's Ravings said...

You got something done that REALLY mattered. You married a great guy. :)