Good Morning all,
It is 6:15 a.m. here in just turning light Ohio. Everyone is sleeping 'cept me.
The kids had a wonderful time at King's Island for two days. Unfortunately, on Wednesday, Quinn walked into a coffee table leg with bare feet and badly bruised (we don't think it is broken) his little toe so he had a hard time walking very much. He did enjoy swimming in the pools though.
I was going to take them to Carillon Historic Park
today which is a wonderful place that showcases Dayton history and all the inventors and inventions that have come from here. They even have the original Wright Brothers Wright-B Flyer airplane! But, since Quinn's toe is still very sore, we'll have to put it off until their next visit.
So, this morning we'll have a cooking lesson. Chrissy wants to learn how to make stuffed artichokes the way I do it. So, I might as well let her help me and see how much fun (aka work) it is.
Bev, You weed killer, you!
what a great way to work out your anger instead of pummeling your neighbor. Sorry about your new car though.
Seems as if new cars amongst us here in the Wash suffer a lot. Our new car was only a couple of months old when a neighbor's friend backed out of her driveway right into our rear door.
The whole door had to be replaced, which was paid for by her insurance company with no problem, but I wish it hadn't been necessary at all.
Doug, I love that photo and the wonderful colors in it. If I paint it again, I'll probably crop it and concentrate on the leaves and smaller cluster of grapes rather than the grapes on the left.
Geoff, Are you going to smash a bottle of wine on the corner of your new building once it is finished today????
Jana, Ouch, that sounds like a hard exercise session. I'm surprised the therapist made you hurt like that. When my DH broke his wrist and we had to go to physical therapy and then when I had to do pt at home, the therapist told me to make sure I worked the arm hard but "not to the point of pain" because that wasn't good. Anyway, I hope these sessions relieve your back pain, it must be terrible trying to live a normal life with constant pain like that.
on your getting the Gold! I agree with the others that you look really great...no matter what age. Your active life style and mental liveliness go a long way to make that happen.
Annie, I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about today.
Hope you get the problem with your iPad worked out, whatever it is.
to all who are on their way.