My sister's family, the girl in the dress is expecting a baby boy in the Fall.
Hello, I hope that this finds you doing well. I thought that I would try to post while it is nice and quiet. The volleyball court was filled with people today and I was really getting annoyed at the constant yelling and banging around, but they were at least having fun.
I took my walker and went out front for a walk. I realized after I sat down that I had left my phone at home. It will give me another reason to take another walk, because I want to take a picture of the gorgeous Wisteria that is in full bloom. That and the wheat grass. Everything else is just green bushes. I am not sure why the apartment complex doesn't plant some really nice flowers. It is easy maintenance I am guessing. But so many areas are just boring, not to mention that the birds could nest, and bees would love to pollenate!
It is crazy but my sister called me and said when she got home from her cruise that everyone was sick with strep throat and guess what??? Nome of the sick were at their homes. I know that my sister loves her family, but strep throat is serious and now my sister had to go to the doctor because she now has strep throat. The family photo from above is missing several people! They all live on her property except the expecting parents. They live very close together and she loves that, but why they don't stay at their homes is just unbelievable to me. Especially when they are sick and have sick kids!
So, I am calling it a night. It is almost midnight, and I am tired and have a busy day ahead of me tomorrow so I will say goodnight and take care... BB
It's good that you are getting out to walk. I agree, the owners should plant some flowers. As for your family, I don't understand either why they don't stay in their own homes when they are sick. So many folks just don't think of anyone other than themselves.ReplyDelete
Today I'm going to take my crocheting outside and sit on the porch. I need to get a small TV set up out there as soon as possible. There's always something to do.
You have a super day my friend, hugs, Edna B.