Sunday, May 06, 2007

This and That


Yesterday as I watched coverage of the Kentucky Derby, I got so homesick I felt like crying. I love Kentucky and I miss it, but never so much as when Derby time rolls around. In the best of all worlds, I would be moving back there instead of to Buffalo....but it is what it is and off to Buffalo we go.

Not that Buffalo is horrible. I have never been to Niagara Falls (which is just up the road from there) and Western NY is where we've called home for the last 10 years or so. I just want to get going on finding a house. There's just only so much you can tell about a place by looking at photos on realtor.com! I NEED my new house NOW!!!!

Another thing I've been thinking about lately is the fact that there is roughly $400 left in our flexible spending account for Joe's current insurance and that will go away after Friday So, I want to use as much as I can before them. That means rescheduling a couple of dentist appointments for this week if possible and then ordering Joey more contact lenses to use all of it up. Too bad there's not enough for a quick tummy-tuck!

We watched a re-run of The Biggest Loser Finale 2006. Absolutely Amazing! And here I am being lazy... Wish I had a personal trainer to nag me though. That would be helpful. The guy that won lost fully half his body weight! Absolutely astounding.

I worked at the library on Saturday, where they gave me a flat of pansies and a plate of cookies for volunteering to do something a really like to do! Alright! That's how life SHOULD be! LOL.

This is my last week (for awhile) before I become a single parent again. Joe's new job begins next Monday. It is always like this and you would think I would be glad, but even after 17 years together, I really miss him when he's not around. He is still my one true love!

Excuse my rattling on. I seem to be having trouble focusing these days. I guess I should go make some tea. Have a lovely Sunday you all!

3 comments:

Anita said...

Thanks a lot for passing by my blog and leaving a comment. Unfortunately, I am a bit late in responding. I am very happy that you like my garden. It was a great deal of work - but I enjoyed and still enjoy every single minute when I put my fingers in the dirt.

You are more than welcome to come back to my Country Cottage Garden whenever you like!

Warmest wishes from Germany,
Anita

Mrs. Staggs said...

I'm holding a good thought for you. You'll get to where you're meant to be. I believe that. It's hard to wait though, I know that feeling well.
That's so nice that you were acknowledged in such a lovely way for your hard work!
I liked Marie Antoinette for the visual beauty of it, but the story left me a little cold in some way that's hard to describe. The costumes thoug...so worth seeing!

ShabbyInTheCity said...

I've seen you at Corey's for a year but had never clicked on you...I'm in Ky.! Did you grow up here?