Hope everyone had a Blessed Easter. We gathered over at David's brothers home. The kids are grown now so no Easter egg hunting these days but we had fun and the food was delicious. The youngest Kennedy, Kendall sat on her Aunt Glenda's lap to have a conversation.
Glenda wanted to check out what she looked like as a blonde so she took Shelby's long pony tail and spread it across her head. Not bad. ;o)
Taxes are done and efiled. Whew. Can breath a sigh of relief. Found that Turbo Tax is much better than H&R Block. I was stressing and crying over this one form and couldn't figure out how to enter the info I had because H&R didn't cover the subject thoroughly. Bought Turbo Tax and it had all the right answers and questions. We'll being getting a small refund something we haven't done in years. Yahoo!
Am I cute or what?
Not long ago I went up to visit Pamela and we took Sophie to the dog park at the apartments. She had fun but she decided that even with the wind blowing hard it was warm and would hide under the bench I was sitting on.
The next night she headed off to her first slumber party while her furless mom came to Houston to the rodeo. Looks like they're all having fun wouldn't you say?
But was happy when mom picked her up the next day.
A couple of weeks ago I went to the book club discussion. Of course it's always fun with
|Cheryl's husband took the group picture so I could be in it. Thanks Jerry|
this group and that night was no exception. We had just read the book "Let's Pretend This Never Happened" by Jenny Lawson. This author is wacky, funny and messed up but she is a product of her family upbringing. I think I got that right. LOL. Her book is her memoir that is mostly true. Fair warning it's unfiltered so if you're easily offended by say the F word or just cursing this may not be the book for you. The book will have you laughing out loud, it will have you thinking okay that don't sound unusual or OMG the poor girl but she did survive all her trials and tribulations. Also you have to get through the first 50 pages before it really catches you the reader. But our group loved the book. So Cheryl's pick was a huge success and so was her turn out. You can read more about the night by clicking here.One Saturday an area in our back yard was being scalped and new grass being laid to get rid of what ever was there, an area was prepped for a fence and new flower beds. Now we're waiting for the fence company to come
This past Monday night when I came from work I felt like I was in a scene from Alfred Hitchcock's movie The Birds.
I'm hoping all these birds and ducks are eating some the multitudes of spiders that have been hiding in the grass. Yuck. Like the song says "I don't like Spiders or Snakes."
Before I snapped the picture they were trying to swim in this puddle.
Well that's it for now. More adventures later.
So Until next blog..........“You can never cross the ocean until you have the courage to lose sight of the shore”~ Christopher Columbus~