Sunday, September 23, 2007
So instead of doing the beach, we just "did stuff around the house". This means my husband sat on the couch and watched TV all weekend and I did projects.
Stuff like hanging a new towel rack, assembling a piece of furniture, installing shelves and rearranging electronics in two rooms...it seems like I did some other stuff too.
Oh, yeah. I cleaned the house, did the shopping and the laundry, cooked meals, etc.
I really don't begrudge my husband the time he spent sitting on his you-know-what. I can't stand doing that for very long. I have to have something to do, to keep me busy.
Lately it seems like it's one project after another. my house is looking really good, but I fear I may be turning into my mother.
Holy shit, right after I typed that, I turned around and said something my mother said to me countless times.
My son was saying "doggy, kitty cat, doggy, kitty cat..." ad nauseum.
I said, "You have a cat. When you are old enough to feed a dog and pick up the dog poop, you might get a doggy. And if you don't take care of it, it's going to the pound."
I can't remember how many times I heard that last bit about my first dog, named Hurricane.
He never did go to the pound though...
Saturday, September 08, 2007
Well, this was their first opportunity to see their grandson since February, and boy has he changed a lot! I must say, I was quite proud (and relieved) that he was on his best behavior while they were here.
Grammy and Grampa brought Trevor a gift - a little tricycle/bigwheel type thing. Trevor loves it, but can't figure out how to push the pedals to make it go. It has a lot of buttons on the "dashboard" which make various noises when pushed, and Trev is convinced that one of those buttons must make it go. See, he has a little 4 wheeler with a button that makes it go, and he hasn't figured out the difference yet.
Another accomplishment of last weekend - I have been working on fixing up the gate to my backyard. I have collected dozens of seashells from our beach, and I made a trim of thin boards painted aqua, with shells glued on to them. I then attached the painted boards around the frame of the gate. The crowning touch, though, is a painted sign that my dad got us at a little street fair we went to:
This weekend we are back to our normal routine - which means off to the beach this afternoon! Have a great weekend!