Wednesday, December 14, 2011

WHAT TO DO?

Yesterday, we had a Blue Grass music gathering at our church. It was set up for the seniors. I was invited. I didn't even know that I had reached senior status. The music was really good, and the food was even better. Soooooooooo many things like gran-ma used to make: cakes, cookies, brownies, jello salad, sandwiches, sugar cookies all decked out with Christmas frosting. OH, YEAH! And homemade rum cake. I had fourths on that. (oink, oink!) I ate way too much.

On the way home, I was trying to think of something to blog for Wednesday. Let's see. . . I could do a blog about dutch oven beans, surprise cupcakes, blueberry pancakes, or maybe tell another story. But what kind of story? Or, I could fill everyone in on my 23-year old son, who is a special needs kid, and the new treatment he is having to, as he says, "fix my brain." Or, about my son getting the chance to lay a Christmas wreath at my nephew's grave site with the military. Maybe a Christmas story. Or maybe just a bunch of FEED YOUR FACE posts.

Maybe, I could just set on my duff and surf all of the blogs I follow. That would take up just about the whole day. And I wouldn't even have to get dressed! 'Course, then Kathi would come home and find me like she left me last night -- at the computer. Maybe I should put up more pictures. Or do some Granddad's Corner videos. That would be a hoot.

But, I guess, first I should put up our Christmas tree. It is getting pretty close to that time. Shhhh. . . it's a surprise!

6 comments:

  1. I have been senior status according to the AARP Since I was 15 years old. 15 years later I am starting to feel it ;)

    Blue grass fest sounds great though. We go to the Walnut river fest here. I don't think any of our churches have them.

    Have fun putting up that tree!

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  2. Flier - do the tree first and surprise your sweet lady (and she shore is sweet!). then a post each about each of your sons...i would love to hear more about them and whatnot. then a story.

    and that's all i want for christmas this year.

    hope everything is great with you all, buddy. say hi to Kathi for me.

    your friend,
    kymber

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  3. Food, pictures, and the Christmas tree...I vote.

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  4. And when you string it all together like that, you realize what a trying road you've been on, but it leads to a rich life full of loving people. Choices, choices. Or to sit and watch True Grit again.

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  5. I have a funny feeling that you better get that tree or you may find yourself in a bit a hot water with mama! ;)

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  6. OK, we will git it all done.
    And thank you one and all.

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