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This is a baby picture of my dad
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I enjoy my Sunday mornings - reading the paper, checking out the sales flyers, clipping coupons and working the crossword puzzle...
For some reason, I cannot move the pictures after uploading them, so they are all at the top in this post...sorry...

We had a good week. I enjoyed a couple days of vacation. We ate dinner at Logan's Steakhouse on Wednesday night. Yes, I had a coupon. We saved $5 off our meals. There was no wait, the service was good, and the food was good!

It was back to work for me on Thursday. I had a really busy Friday because my assistant was sick. It's always really busy when you have to lay out three papers as well as paginate three classified sections by yourself. We finished the week off by having my best friend Melody over Friday evening. We spent quite a while catching up on our visiting, while drinking some margaritas and eating chips, salsa, guacamole (not me, I hate it!), cheese, summer sausage, etc. We started a game of UNO, but in the middle of the second hand, we got a phone call from Kaitlin. Melody and I both chatted with her for a while, so by the time we hung up, we were ready to watch a Barry Manilow concert DVD. We actually ended up watching TWO concert DVD's, and Melody didn't leave until after 2:30am. That's the latest I've stayed up in a LONG time! We had a wonderful time!

Yesterday we were busy with our usual errand-running. Mom was moved into a different room at Presbyterian Manor this week. She had requested a change and they moved her on Friday afternoon. It's very similar to her old room, but she has a new roommate who enjoys her privacy as much as mom does. It will take her a little while to adjust, as she has all new nurses and help staff since she's in a different wing. Corby and I got her pictures re-hung for her while we were there yesterday. We also went to Target, Lowe's, Home Depot and Dillons. We were looking for a patio screen door, and we finally found one at Home Depot. Of course, after we got it home, Corby realized he'd gotten the wrong size.

Today has been busy with yard work and laundry. The Chiefs gave it a good effort at Baltimore, but Baltimore won after scoring the go-ahead touchdown with 2 minutes left in the game. The Chiefs did better than I thought they would!

Tonight it's slow-cooked pork short ribs for dinner. Yummmmmm....

Have a great week!

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Lenore said…
Hope Grandma adjusts well. Tell her I'm thinking about her!

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