Well, I was almost packed and ready to go to Galveston tomorrow for my weekend girl trip when my husband sent me this:
(just click on the link)
Naturally, the projected landfall is Galveston and he said it was a 100% chance of becoming a hurricane and evacuation of the island is a very real possibility. So, what do you do? Stay home, lose the money you invested on the condo and be safe? Of course, they could be wrong, I don’t go and still, I lose out. I’m in a quandary but it is better to be safe than sorry. If it does come, I want all the ladies I was about to meet and party with to get out of dodge before they are having to evacuate in the middle of a hurricane with thousands of other people trying to get off the island!!
I am so bummed right now I can’t even think straight, but I will say this; I want everyone safe. I was so looking forward to this trip, but there can be another time. Please be careful and keep your eyes to the sky! Speaking of that, I wonder if the eclipse is to blame for ruining my trip! Mother nature can be a real b*tch!
Well, Suze isn’t the only late bloomer in the bunch, but when I read her answers today over at her blog (Obsolete Childhood), I just had to get in on the fun.
I’m just gonna dive right in with no preamble, cause some days, that’s just how I roll and let me tell ya, it’s been “one of those days”!
Have you ever been pulled over by a cop? Yes, a couple of times, one for a “California stop” and once for speeding and let me just say, none were as gorgeous as the one that stopped Suze!!
What have you always wanted? Did you get it? One of the things I always wanted was a muscle car, and thanks to my fabulous husband, I got it. It was a Camaro, burnt orange and I miss it to this day, even though I’m now driving a Challenger. Am I spoiled or what?
What is your perfect pizza? Well, I don’t eat pizza anymore because I’m living the Paleo lifestyle, but when I did, it was pepperoni and black olive-every time! (Sometimes with extra cheese)
What inspired you this past week? The same thing that has inspired me every week since I met her, with her determination, compassion, and courage in the face of adversity, my friend Stephanie, who lives every day with a rare form of muscular dystrophy called FA, or Friedreich’s Ataxia. To see her bravely trying to walk in her gait trainer will make anyone admire her strength and tenacity, and her constant patience with me (even when I’m short on patience myself) is astounding. She is an amazing individual who I just adore and enjoy working for.
Sorry, I’m late to the challenge, but if you want to play along, just go to Cee’s Share Your World and follow her easy instructions!
Good Monday morning everyone! Before I start my post, let me pause and ask for a prayer from you all for my mother-in-law, Claudette, who is waiting on biopsy results. She has not been feeling well for weeks and had a biopsy of two lymph nodes Friday, let’s pray they come back negative!
Alright, this weekend was busy with family work and fun, starting with attending to MoMo’s house since she’s been under the weather. My son Chris showed up which came in handy since we had a hose come loose from the washer and a small flood to contend with. Since he works for Belfour Restoration, he knew just what to do! It is always nice to have him there to help his dad with the heavy-duty stuff. I folded several loads of laundry (actually I hung it) and cleaned things in the kitchen and vacuumed all the dust and dog hair that accumulates on a regular since she has a long-haired chihuahua. After that, we checked out my Dad’s new roof and facia he had installed on Wednesday and Thursday this week. It looked pretty good, yet they have some finishing touches to attend to today. Once that was done, we went home and cleaned up for dinner and our son Chris, Bubba, and Connie and Dave and I went out to Joes Crab Shack and had a better than usual experience there.
There have been times that their food was not that great, however this time, it was better. We enjoyed crab nachos, everyone else but me enjoyed crab legs, I got lobster tails, sweet potato fries (yum) and broccoli, in an effort to be good, although the nachos were pretty rich. (I didn’t have too many though).
Yesterday, I went to my neighbor Kim’s house who’s yard looks like what I imagine the Garden of Eden looked like. Anyway, she was trimming her many plants and offered me some sweet potato vines of three different colors, and while I was there, also gave me three baby cactus! I was so happy to have these new additions to my yard! She has so many plants and trees I can’t name them all, but here are some pics I took while I was there.
Sorry that I have not posted since last Wednesday, my brain must already be on vacation since the countdown has begun to my Galveston trip coming up Thursday evening! I’m so excited to go have fun with the ladies and especially to get to meet Roxy (The Oily Guru), she lives in Galveston and is actually going to be a mile from where I’m staying with friends. My sister-in-law Connie did a fabulous, summery nail job on me yesterday to get me ready for the trip.
Since I didn’t want to mess up my new nail job, I only planted one of the vines, I have many more to go and also the cactus needs to be put in their pots. I cannot wait to see how the addition of these vines may add beauty to my beds in the yards.
Well, I must go get ready for the workday, I hope you all have a fabulous Monday and don’t forget my prayer request. I will be running like a chicken with my head cut-off getting ready for the trip… I don’t want to forget anything you know! Happy Monday!
PS: Don’t forget the eclipse today!!
I have always loved beautiful cars. Before I met my husband, I was proud to have picked out my own used, yet beautiful-to-me vehicles. When I was young, I always wanted a muscle car, but it wasn’t until I had been married over twenty five years before I got one. That’s not to say he never bought me a new car, he has purchased many-I have been a lucky girl for sure. My first muscle car was a Camaro, and it was the coolest color-an Orange like no other. Then he decided it was too much trouble for him to get in and out of so we traded that for an Impala. Then, about a year or so ago, he decided I needed this:
This is my shiny, honestly, I love a new car just as much as a new diamond. Again, I’m a very lucky girl!!