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It's been over a week since I posted a blog story...no excuses, just lazy I guess!

We enjoyed last weekend. Went over to my sister's to help her with some computer issues, ran the kids to Chick-Fil-A (don't understand the fascination with their food!), ran to Kohl's so Kaitlin could try to find a backpack for school (she didn't) and then did our grocery shopping at Dillons - all of this in some glorious rain which we so desperately needed!

Corby, Kaitlin and I went to Abuelo's for an early dinner after our busy day. It's one of my favorite places to eat, and they had some new things on the menu, so we had a good dinner.

Sunday, Kaitlin and I went to Target to pick up a few things. I bought some birthday cards for upcoming family birthdays and a few other non-necessities. HA!

My big purchase on Sunday was a Samsung Galaxy tablet from Amazon. I only got the 7" one. Decided I didn't need to spend the money on the bigger one. I let Kaitlin order it for me since she gets 2-day free delivery!

It's been kind of a crazy week at work. My assistant, who is about to be a grandmother, has been up-and-down with anticipation for her new grandson to arrive. Her daughter may be in labor right now, but since it's her first child, she's not sure. LOL! I'm excited for the whole family!

Corby is looking forward to his vacation next week. We're all off on Monday - Labor Day - but he is off the rest of the week. He truly needs it, since he's really burned out from working so much overtime the last few months!


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