I was so glad to wake up to a Friday today. This has been a frantic week in some ways and has had its share of disappointments tossed in for good measure, so I’m ready to have a nice weekend. I’ve got a slew of things on the agenda this weekend, but most of them will be fun, including lunch with Tara from Kansas City tomorrow. That’s an unexpected treat.
Trish and I had lunch today and it was good to visit with her. I never see enough of her. We’re both going to a gardening presentation in the morning so I’ll see her two days in a row, which is kind of unusual.
After work today Greg and I decided to get a quick bite at Quizno’s. While we were finishing up Barbara came in so we got to visit with her a little bit. Greg took this photo of me while we were there.
I was laughing tonight, looking at it, because he took another photo of me a year or two ago at another restaurant where you can see my water glass. I noticed in this one I have the phone, too. People sometimes tease me about always having the phone handy and I guess there’s officially proof now.
Last night sometime between 2 and 3 a.m., Greg called and told me to go look at the snow. Snow, I asked, a little groggy? Yes, snow. We had quite a rain storm last night and it was still raining when I went to bed. Then the snow started. It was snowing and raining at the same time. I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before.
I was glad Greg called me, and glad I came downstairs to see the snow. It was big, fluffy flakes – just like those that made the blizzard for us a couple of weeks ago. Fortunately, there was no accumulation this time, but it was something to see. I snapped a photo from my front porch.
You can tell the sidewalks are wet from the rain. There are even some puddles. And then the snow.
Also on the agenda this weekend, in addition to fun, is getting my taxes done and getting my house presentable. I’m not sure why I put off doing my taxes every year. They’re so easy it takes me well under an hour. But, apparently, I prefer to whine about them on Facebook and in real life for far more hours than it would take to just do them.
I’m having Creative Sisterhood here Tuesday night so I want to get the house presentable. I tell you, you literally do nothing to your house for two months, you end up with a lot to do. I still don’t bend and stay bent for very long, but I certainly feel like making some basic improvements to the general cleanliness level. I’ve never been a Martha Stewart type, so I’m keeping my expectations reasonable. That means, in this case, it will still involve piles of things here and there. I can’t help it. I’m a person who has piles.
Well, the 9 a.m. gardening presentation I’m headed to in the morning is only a few hours away. I’d best get a little sleep between now and then. I hope you’re having a wonderful Easter weekend so far.
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