Saturday, June 20, 2009

Too Much!

My posts seem to get so long winded. I need to shorten them up a little. There just seems to be so much going on in my life right now and I feel this need to go into too much detail, I guess.
Little Fergie boy is doing much better. He's back to his hyper little self. Thank goodness.
Melissa, DIL, went back to New York to visit with her mother and check on her brother, Ronnie. He's still in the hospital and about the same. Austin (my son) stayed home with the boys. Because I'm his mother, I feel bad that now he is without a car due to no fault of his own. The poor guy gets back from San Antonio after 8 weeks away, and was so excited to come home, and has to come home to all this chaos of no car, brother in law in the hospital, and his wife leaves. No matter how old your kids are, as a mother you always want to try to fix all their problems, but you can't!
I visited my grandmother in the nursing home yesterday. We're pretty sure she's had another mini stroke. She has no use of her left side, she weighs 75 pounds, can barely speak and says she has constant pain in her abdomen. It's so sad. She's 93 years olds and tells us she wishes she would die. It's very hard to witness.
I had my monthly hair appointment. I keep my hair very short and usually go for a reddish brown color in fall and winter and then lighten up with blond foils in the summer. Because of my place in life now I'm just tired of messing with the color. I told my hairdresser to let it just go natural and she said she wouldn't let me do that. I guess my real color is a very boring brown with gray. So we compromised and just did about 10 foils in the front only. I like it for now. I'll have to get a picture to see what you think.
Today was spent helping out with the First Annual Modern Day Soap Box Derby race in our small town. My dad started it up again after over 50 years. He raced in the Soap Box Derby in the early 50's. I'll put up pictures and more on this another day.
It's after 9:00 pm and I've been up since 6:00 am. But now we're awaiting some friends that have come into town for the night and have asked if they could spend the night at our house. Of course we said yes, but I don't think we'll be able to stay awake. I feel like Motel 6 and I'll "leave the light on".
Is it considered rude to not answer your phone or your door? I'm tempted!


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