Friday, October 18, 2013

One Month in the Life of....

It has been one month since I last posted (I'm not Catholic, but that sure sounds like I'm going to make a confession - but really, nothing to confess at all!). Wow! I can't believe I've been ''off the air'' for that long! I guess the saying, "Time flies when you're having fun" is true.


But sometimes I think "Time" looks more like...


In some respects, I can't even remember what I've been doing with all of my time! But, in the month I've been AFK (Away From Keyboard) I have:
  • travelled to Seattle
  • travelled to Albuquerque
  • travelled to San Francisco
  • packed suitcases
  • unpacked suitcases 
  • sat in the ER while Mr. Dreamy was but back together again
  • sifted and sorted my sister's belongings
  • packed boxes
  • unpacked boxes
  • got new eyeglasses to replace those broken in my crash
  • attended the Balloon Fiesta
  • had a yummy lunch with a High School friend
  • won some Words with Friends games
  • lost some Words with Friends games
  • had some yummy meals with my brother
  • visited my sister
  • drove the motorhome another 25' (total driving distance is now well over 150'!)
Oh, and I cleaned the house!

Thrilling, right?
I bet you wished you could have been there!

More, later....





7 comments:

  1. Wow, you were a busy bee while you were AFK! Will look forward to hearing more about your travels.

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  2. Well that's busy enough- but what happened to Mr. Dreamy that he needed to get putback together? I guess I missed that story.

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  3. Waiting for details, but it sounds like you have been real busy. Welcome back! :)

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  4. Sounds like a wonderful month even with the misadventures.

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  5. Busy busy busy! Glad you are back :)

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  6. Ya... more later... good grief! :) so glad to have you back to post!

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