Sunday, August 17, 2008

This & That...

Cara is on her way to visit with her dad. He lives 2 1/2 hours away but offered to meet her in a town closer this morning since she drove so far yesterday. How nice of him. ::she says sarcastically:: He sure wouldn't have been that nice to me. ::bad Deborah, let it go::

It was so much fun last night just setting around chatting. Granddaughter (N) fell asleep on the couch while we were talking and we had to wake her up to send her to bed.

Did you notice that I shouted last night when I announced that Cara was here? I figured out what was wrong with my post editor. Now I feel really STUPID. It was automatically starting up in "Edit Html" and not in "Compose" mode. Don't know why I didn't notice that before now. Actually the way I found it was that I was going to go to html mode to shout and then realized it was already there.

Don't know how long C & N will be gone today so I'm not really sure how much time we will have to do something. But I do have 5 full days planned. I even made a list. If I don't make lists I will forget what I want to do.

Eating was good yesterday. Still no exercise.

Have a great Sunday!

5 comments:

Cammy said...

Oh, shoot. I meant to write to you to tell you about that Compose mode thing. Same thing happened to me a while back.

I hope y'all have a wonderful visit!

Pattie said...

Five full days with people you love sounds fabulous! I'd make a list, too!

Have a great time.

grammy said...

Sounds like you are going to have a great time. Enjoy. I have my four year old granddaughter spending the night here tonight. We just got home from visiting a friend with a horse and a cat. She loved it. Yours will probably want to go shopping (O:

MaryFran said...

YIPPEE! I'm so excited for you to have your daughter and granddaughter there with you! Words cannot describe what you are feeling right? :-)

Enjoy!!!!!

JC said...

I wasn't even expecting to hear from you until after you company leaves. This post has me in stitches over "bad Deborah" too funny.

I will be happy to read your 100 day challenge posts. Heck, I love reading any of your posts.

I glad I could bring you some good memories. I remember my daddy ringing the chicken's neck. UGH!! I would not eat chicken when I was little. I got over it. My down fall was gravy, biscuits and taters. We had them at every meal or so it seems.

I would definitely have to have a list. Take lots of pictures. JC