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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Slowly Going Through Life

That's how our days go back – slowly and without excitement. And you know what? That's just fine with us. We like life to quietly move from day to day, without a lot of drama. :)

That's why there haven't been daily blog posts from me. I just don't find it interesting to write about getting up, going to Curves, reading, cross stitching & watching TV.. I figure you wouldn't find it interesting, either.

Most of this week has been about staying inside enjoying the comfort of air conditioning. We've had temps in the 90s until today. Today's high was just in the mid-80s. :) I'm not a fan of heat and humidity.

Last night Reagan spent the night with us. She's been attending a drama camp in the afternoon this week so she got here about 4:30. We spent about a half hour in the pool, then came home for dinner. We spent the rest of the evening watching Disney shows and playing UNO. The kid is good at UNO. :)

About 10:00 this morning, Reagan and I went to her house. She needed to get ready for her camp and I had laundry to do. Randy stayed home to clean and mow the yard. After I was done with the laundry, I made a trip to the grocery to pick up a few things and came on home.

Tomorrow we're going to meet our friend, Cheri, and her kids for lunch. Cheri's up here from South Carolina to visit her kids. We've been friends for a very long time. She lived here in PA until a year or so ago when her marriage broke up and she moved to SC. It's gonna be good to see her 'cause the last time we were together was in December when Randy & I were in Savannah.

Tomorrow afternoon we'll attend Reagan's drama camp presentation. That should be a hoot. I gotta be sure to get pictures of that!

Hope life is going well for you all, too. Until the next time . . .

1 comment:

  1. Well, you'll certainly have something to write about tomorrow after attending the drama camp presentation. That should be a lot of fun. We'll be looking for pictures.