I really meant to post last night, really! But, I spent the evening cross stitching and when I finally got to the computer, I completely forgot about posting. Well, yesterday wasn't very exciting, so you really didn't miss much. But, I'll catch you up anyway.
I started yesterday morning at Curves. Yeah, I usually don't go to Curves on Tuesdays (or Thursdays, for that matter) because getting there and back home and ready to go back out the door by 8:30 just isn't easy. But, the club is closed Thursday through Saturday this week because of Thanksgiving, so in order to get my three days in, I had to go. Plus, I was due to weigh in and get measured on Wednesday, so I needed all the help I could get!
From Curves to home to dulcimer practice. Spent the remainder of the morning with Jam N Folks, just playing. We got done around noon, as usual, then it was home for lunch and back out the door to practice with the group with whom I'm recording on Saturday. We played for about an hour and a half and then it was back home again.
Dick and Pat came over for dinner (chicken divan) and then Randy was out the door for his rehearsal. Tuesday is definitely music day in our house! I spent the rest of the evening cross stitching AND watching Dancing with the Stars, of course! :)
Today was much more laid back. I went to Curves, got weighed and measured - lost a pound and two and a half inches. Not bad for not really watching what I'm eating. :)
Spent most of the morning updating our finances; getting ready for Christmas shopping. Gotta figure out where that money's coming from! ;) Practiced for the recording session for about an hour, then spent the rest of the afternoon making reservations for the February leg of our trip out west. Doing that made me start getting excited about the trip!
This evening we went out to dinner to a Mexican restaurant with a bunch of folks from the park. There were more than 20 of us, I'm sure. The initial draw was the 99 cent margaritas (not for me 'cause I don't drink margaritas), but the food was pretty good, too. We certainly didn't leave hungry, I'll tell you that!
On the way home we stopped at that gorgeous house I showed you a few weeks ago. It's now all decorated for Christmas and it is absolutely beautiful. I took some pictures, but they came out very blurry. I just can't seem to take night pictures. Ugh. Guess I really do need to get a tripod to make that happen.
Well, now you're all caught up on the exciting life of Randy & Terry Guiler. Can't stand it, can you? :) Now, we're looking forward to tomorrow and taking a special day to be thankful. I like to make every day Thanksgiving - don't you think that's a great idea?
Until the next time . . .