Friday, August 5, 2011

Friday Fragments

  • AB and I took some flowers to the cemetery to place on my Mom's grave.  She wanted to know where the microphone was so she could talk to Grandma Lane:)
  • I showed much poise and gracefulness when I hooked my toe on the bathroom door.  It is all nice and purple.  I think it is broken.  When I did it, I didn't cuss.  Much.
  • Pita told her Mom that she is addicted to me.  I hope they don't stage an intervention.
  • We had the most amazing light show from a storm rolling in on Wednesday.  I cannot remember the last time the sky was lit up in such a dramatic fashion.  And it lasted for hours.
  • Vol Fan went to Mississippi.  I told him not to mow the yard before he left - I would be glad to do it.  The rain came at very convenient times this week.  Vol Fan will be home today - just in time to mow the yard.
  • AB and I went to pick Pita up from school.  It was my first time in the pickup line.  Since I didn't really know where I was going, I cut in front of about a dozen cars.  It was truly an accident but I am sure the other drivers do not care.
  • Pita did not want to leave me alone yesterday afternoon.  She said that I would be scared since Vol Fan was gone.  How do you convince a 6yo that she really does have to go home with her Mommy when she is crying and saying "But you need me, Aunt Woody" when you really do need her?
  • Maybe that addiction runs both ways.


Busy Bee Suz said...

The addiction: *sigh* So darn sweet. Every little girl and boy needs an aunt like you. Fo'rizzle.

I laughed at the car line were lucky to NOT get shanked.

At the cemetery: *double sigh*

SusanoftheBox said...

Ohhhmygoodness, those girls are just too sweet. I love the addiction!

Lisa said...

So sweet! :-)

Mental P Mama said...

Awwww. Those girls are so precious! And those pickup lines are like combat. I remember.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Woody, Great bunch of thoughts all rolled into one blog. Yes---I think that addiction definitely runs both ways--and that is a good thing.

George said...

You definitely have a fan in Pita. I hope there will be no intervention on the part of her mother.
We got very little rain up here last week. The good news is that I won't have to mow the lawn for a while. The bad news is that we're getting a brown lawn.

Desert Survivor said...