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Wednesday

It's been a busy week as usual...

Kaitlin called me on Monday. She's off work on Saturday and wanted momma to come visit. So I rented a car and I'm set for a visit with the kids on Saturday. Corby is going to stay home, because of course he has to prepare Easter dinner. He doesn't want or need my help, so I'll leave him to his cooking! We will have ham, turkey breast, potato salad, brown beans and carrot cake for dinner on Easter. Melody will bring strawberries and/or fruit, and who knows what everyone else will bring. As long as we're all together that's all that's important.

I got mom's summer clothes out and ready for her tonight. We'll be grocery shopping tomorrow night and then I will visit mom on Friday at lunch since I'll be out of town on Saturday.

HAPPY SPRING TO ALL!

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