Welcome to Monday!
I hope your past week was a good one! I’ve spent much of the last week staying with my parents, helping my mom recuperate from some minor surgery and taking care of my dad. I am SO GLAD that they moved to be so near us…makes everyone’s lives sooooo much easier. My parents were always there for us, so now it’s our turn to help them.
My dad has Alzheimer’s…what else is there to say but, man, it’s tough. Caregivers out there…make sure you take care of yourselves too.
Since I was over there on Friday, Terry came over and made our traditional ‘Friday Night Nachos’ for 4 instead of 2. While mom and dad enjoyed them, they used forks instead of chips for scoops! Clearly against all laws of nature (and nachos)! Our movie choice was the most recent Mama Mia (Here We Go Again)…eh.
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I (FINALLY) finished reading A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving. While it’s a long book, it took me much longer than it should have since I thoroughly enjoyed it and was sad to have it end. Now I’m looking for my next book and think I’m going to pick up Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. Has anyone read it? Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down?
And speaking of books, a friend of my moms gave her the book Women Rowing North by Mary Pipher. I only read bits and pieces of it but do want to dive into it once mom is done.
Have you read about the Celery Juice ‘fad’? Heard rumors that in certain towns, celery is becoming hard to find. Whether real or not, guess it’s nice for underappreciated Celery to have its Fifteen Minutes of Fame!
Check out the photographic ‘art’ and imagination shared on this Instagram page.
My friend Ashley laid down a gorgeous marble floor and in the process, did a good job staining it! 😨 Her tips to get stains out of marble. (You may want to pop over just to see the floor!)
Finally, leaving you with this picture I snapped in New York. Every day is a good day to expect a miracle!
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