What is on your desktop wallpaper? blue clouds
What is your favorite zoo animal? elephants
What was your favorite toy as a child? Creepy Crawler Maker
What food do you eat too much of? Diet Coke and chocolate
What kind of hairstyle do you have? Longish short
What was your favorite activity in gym class? I hated gym, but liked kickball.
What is on the shirt you are wearing right now? Red Sox logo
What is the picture nearest to you of? Alana and I
What kind of salad dressing do you like? Ranch
Whats your least favorite food? Beets
What do you do on a Sunday night? Try to catch up on everything I didn't get done over the weekend.
If you could only use one condiment on your food for the rest of your life, what would it be? ketchup
What color are your sheets? cranberry
How big is your computer display? 17 inches
What pair of shoes do you wear most often? sneakers
What is your favorite game? Zelda
What is your favorite Thanksgiving food? stuffing
What is your favorite pizza topping? cheese
What time do you plan on waking up tomorrow? 0530
What is your favorite day of the year? a day off
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Another one to add to my list of career paths that I am glad I did not follow...plumbing. One of the bathroom sinks wasn't draining right, so I took it apart. Eeewww! I'd forgotten that lovely stink of stagnant, clogged water. Even more fun, the cleaning out of the slimy, black clog. I had so much fun with the first sink that I went ahead and checked the second sink. I think I will leave the downstairs bathroom for another special day.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Alana is off to spend a few days in Washington, D.C. with her dad. She was so excited as they pulled out of the driveway this morning. So, a day on my own. Not exactly the stuff that movies are made of. A few errands. Stuff to do around the house. Out in the yard with the dogs on such a beautiful day. Catch the Red Sox game. Some knitting. Now I'm starting to wind down. Having dinner alone is strange. Oh, and I changed my header photo to make Patti happy. The rest of the week I'll be working and going to Tae Kwon Do.
Sure is quiet.
Sure is quiet.
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Coloring the eggs gets easier every year. Alana is pretty much on autopilot at this point. Occasionally she'll check in with me to ask a question, but for the most part my role is that of audience. I just love how pretty they all are.
The egg hunt at Grammie's is the highlight of her day. Sure, she enjoys her basket in the morning, but finding the eggs is the best. She wouldn't even care if the eggs were empty. As the kids get older the level of difficulty goes up.
Each kid has their own color egg, so there's no racing to collect the most. Ofcourse, that doesn't mean that an egg might "accidentally" get moved to another hiding spot. I only wish that it would be warmer. Today the wind coming across the pasture was particularly biting. Don't be fooled by the teenager without a coat on!
Sunday, April 5, 2009
Tomorrow is opening day at Fenway. It's been a long winter and we're ready for some baseball. On sure, we've watched a few spring training games, but it just doesn't seem right when there is snow on the ground and the pellet stove burning. Although we won't actually be able to make it to Fenway until the Futures game in August, we'll be cheering our team on from the couch.