I’m in the mountains of waaayyy southwest Virginia,
spending the weekend with my friend Vicki and her husband, Tony.
It’s snowing today (snow!) , so we stayed indoors with a project.
We cleared out and cleaned up and moved furniture
to create a new office space for Vicki’s new business.
It was fun, and it inspired me to do the same at my home.
Driving back home today, I extended my 5 and a half hour drive
by another hour and a half when I immediately got on the wrong exit.
I wasn’t paying a bit of attention to what I was doing!
I just got on 81 at the first ramp I saw. What an idiot.
But I figured it out as soon as I saw a sign that said,
“Welcome to Tennessee”. continue reading…
Earlier this week, I had the delight of spending a couple of days with my niece, who is three (“my Mom says almost four”) years old. I would have posted this sooner, but I needed a full day to recover.
It started off great! I picked her up from daycare and she was excited to see me. Excited! Oh, how wonderful it is to be an Aunt. She chattered all the way to the car. Yep, this is great. Still chattering. Isn’t she cute? Just chattering away like a cute little blonde headed electronic monkey. This is sure nice. Of course it is! I mean, I don’t get to spend time with her very often. Not quality one-on-one time. Just the two of us. Alone. With no one else to intervene…um…interfere. Chatter, chatter, chatter. Continue Reading…