Saturday, May 20, 2006

I'm in a better mood today

I went to buy flowers for the garden. Shopping always is good. I decided not to park in front of that mans house. He could be vindictive enough to damage the car and I would never be able to prove that. Other staff members have been threatend by home owners in the area. Too bad that Sask. Health is too short sighted to not have built a large enough parking facility! John and Jonathan have begun their river treck. He phoned to say there were white caps. It is very windy here today. I'm going to sit inside and not plant flowers. Too bad I was too sick to go to Yorkton. Could have done shopping there and played with Ben Sam and Noah.

16 comments:

Becky said...

I wish you were here.

Becky said...

Except then you wouldn't have posted TWO DAYS IN A ROW!

footsack said...

Hey Chris. I have checked your blog so many times and nothing..then I stop checking for a couple of days and you've posted twice. Way to go!! Sorry to hear that you are sick. It's weird how now we are so conscience of who comes to our house and who's sick or not. Even Ken and I are careful of who we go around because if we get sick we still bring the germs home to Luke and he has already had a cold in his short little life. Poor little guy.

Carol said...

Amazing how some people can become so picky about who parks on public propterty in front of their house. We have neighbors across the street who sit and watch if someone visiting us parks in front of their house. Some people just need to get a life.

Avaelyn said...

Oh, those people are so pathetic... I couldn't believe what a jerk that guy next to you is. I remember when Kyle came home from work one day, and he was parked on the street with a couple feet of his car over the property line... and he waved Kyle back so that he would be parked on "our property", and not his... what a load of crap... when he had that motorhome and little red car parked over onto our part of public property, we should have rammed the stupid thing over onto his part of the public property.. serve him right... grr...

Anyway, I went off a bit, but I'm glad to see that you're posting, Auntie Chris! I was quite impressed and surprised when I looked and saw that you had TWO posts... now I'm starting to be like Trav...

the trav said...
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the trav said...

you know... i'm getting a little sick of being labled the "bad blogger"... for the record... i happen to post more frequently than most of you... so until i have gone one or two posts a month for a couple months in a row, i would appreciate everyone not using this "as bad as trav" crap... maybe i'll just quit blogging

Margaret said...

I thought you would be feeling better already. I got sick last Thursday and have felt quite fine for the last two days already. I cough a bit in the morning (probably should quit smoking those big old stogies) or if I run or walk too fast or uphill, but for the most part, I am fine. I hope you get better soon.

John said...

I am just impressed that you found the basement without a gps or anything. Way to go Beazly.

Becky said...

Travy, I hate to bring this up again, but the numbers show you don't post more than most of us. You post as often as most of us though, so you're right. People should get off your case. (Only it's so much fun and kind of a habit to pick on you... You can't really blame us can you?)

Becky said...

Okay, you can.

Becky said...

Oh yeah... Like Dad I am also impressed you found your way to the basement. (And didn't even fall down the stairs getting there!) But actually what I find most impressive is that you remembered how to get on the internet and your sign in name and didn't have to call me to find out! I'm so proud! (My baby's growing up so fast!)

Carol said...

I detect a little sarcasm in Becky's post above. LOL

Chris, do you fall down basement stairs too? I recall falling down th basement stairs in Osler. Not only did I slide down them with one leg bent behind me the whole way, but I was only wearing shorts, so it kinda peeled the skin on my shins also. I thought I had broken my leg. Not only that, but I love to fall "up" the stairs too. Just ask my kids and hubby, I am sure they have their share of stories.

Ok, I better stop before I make myself out to be a total klutz.

Avaelyn said...

Oh, mom, why did I ahve to get my klutziness from you?! Ah yes, there are too many times I remember you falling up the stairs and dropping things and twisting ankles and things... and I do the same thing... I hate falling up the stairs...

I remember that one time, you were mixing up that frozen juice or Koolaid, and dumped it all over the floor... it was a pink flood in the kitchen...

Carol said...

Carrie,

Shhhhhhhh!!! :o)

Avaelyn said...

Too late now, ha ha! The world now knows your awful secret, the one you've been hiding all those years! Well, it's cannot hide anymore, it is running free and rampant in the world of Blogger, and you can't stop it! *cackle*