Granddaughter Katie provided me with my morning chuckle—Katie posted the following on her Facebook page:
My morning so far ...
Student: is that a picture of your baby?
Student: does it hurt to have a baby?
Me: because it stretches out your belly
Student: yeah, and then you have to get a bunch of stitches in your belly, right?
Me: yup, some people do
Student: how many did you get?
Me: (not even thinking) I didn't have to get any
Student: totally confused.... Well, how did you get him out then?
please hurry, Christmas break
I am still laughing as I read it again!
Michael and Larry were off to Prescott this morning to have the oil changed in Larry’s truck leaving Emmi and me home alone. I lead the yoga group and after lunch went to Wickenburg for a much needed haircut—another new hairdresser—my fourth in Wickenburg! Time will tell but this haircut may be the right one!
Left Emmi home alone today with her new BarkWise vibration collar and the recorder running—not a peep out of her!!! We are totally sold on this collar and thank the reader—IdahoRV—for his suggestion!
Thought I would share some photos of our Christmas decorations—the tree we purchased at a yard sale in North Ranch, the rest traveled from Montana with us.
The cowboy’s grandmother made the yarn Santa, I made the table runner and the musical angels have a story all their own. In 2000 our barn with an apartment burned to the ground—all the Christmas ornaments I had collected over the years were stored in that barn. The next day we were poking around in the rubble looking for anything that might have survived. Something white caught my eye and when picking it up I was amazed to see it was one of the Christmas angels—we found all six—intact except for one tiny chip from a wing. These angels belonged to Michael’s Mother.
We had dinner last night at Nichol’s West—a fabulous restaurant located in dusty little Congress, AZ.