March 29, 2010 | My Jottings
I am short on time for updating my blog decently, but I will jot a few highlights from the month of March. Some are good, some a bit challenging, but isn’t that life?
Michael and I flew to Tennessee to spend time with my oldest brother and his family. Photos and details to follow sometime soon.
My daughter Sharon’s yarn business is up and running in our neck of the woods, after she and her family moved here from Maryland four weeks ago.
I hurt my back hefting luggage and it’s bad enough to put me in bed several times a day. 🙁
March is our snowiest month and as of this writing there is no snow on the ground and will be in the fifties and sixties this week.
My daughter Carolyn comes over to cheerfully help me twice a week and I don’t know what I’d do without her.
I have a meat loaf in the crockpot.
Our Girl Scout cookies were delivered last night.
I’m reading Same Kind of Different As Me out loud to Michael.
Michael sees a surgeon this week about a rotator cuff tear in his shoulder.
Sara is on her way to Minneapolis with two friends where tomorrow they will catch a plane to New York, New York.
I have Minnesota Public Radio playing softly on the house intercom.
I bought a book at the Nashville International Airport that boasts, “once you have read it, you’ll want to tell your friends about it.” So far, not so much.
They make Birkenstocks big enough for men with size 14 feet.
I expect to feel improved enough to go to Community Bible Study tomorrow.
I saw almost a dozen cardinals all together in one Tennessee tree last week.
Our monthly SAGs meeting is tomorrow night at a new Japanese restaurant downtown.
I am flying to Dayton, OH next week.
I am going to try to tackle my paperwork by doing one hour per day.
I need to go make rice pilaf, dish up dinner for the multitudes, then bring out the Ibuprofen again.
Soon I will have a wonderful guest blogger writing a post for you all.
I need to update my blog.
What are a few of your March highlights?