Sunday, April 10, 2005

A FAST WEEKEND

 

 

 

I am here again.......LOL. First I wanted to thank you all for the great notes of kindness and support...I so appreciate it. Also someone was kind enough to let me know that Terri's family did care for her for awhile and decided to put her in a nursing home...I did not know this...if anyone knows of where I can read about that I would really appreciate it.

Okay....I finally uploaded a picture of my son who came to visit a weekend or two ago...of course he also wanted to show off his truck...it is cute...and of course he is loving it:

Either I am shrinking or he is getting taller....he towers over me...but his bear hugs are GREAT!!! Of course his father and him had to fiddle around with the truck and tune things up. They even went to some sort of junk yard that you pay $40.00 and you can have all you want as long as you can carry it out. So they spent a couple of hours there getting this and that sort of things. They had a blast getting dirty and oily together. LOL.

Today I spent the day helping my daughter with a school project she has on LSD. I am advising her on colors to use on her poster board and captions for her pictures...she is gathering the info and writing it all up. She says that I have a better eye for the creativity that way...maybe that is her way of kissing up to me...but it worked...lol....and I helped. So for us the day flew by. My hunnie did have to take her up to wally world (walmart) to get a few supplies...of course she suckered him into letting her get a duckie garbage can for her bathroom...it is too cute...and a couple of other things. They had way too much fun in the store...they love to embarass each other. Maybe that is why I stay home...(just kidding).

Here is a side note about my small zoo of animals...we have way too many dogs now, that we have to feed them in 4 different rooms because some will not share with others. This is crazy....so picky...and now the puppies of course have their own food area because they have different food then the others...but they are piglets...Feeding time at the zoo is an adventure.LOL

Well I am sure that is enough hum drum news to read so I will leave it at that....I hope you all have a GRAND monday filled with surprises.
REMEMBER...to HUG someone you LOVE.....PEACE!!!

 

10 comments:

tendernoggle said...

Hi Ellie!
SO good to see you back! I am so happy that you got to see your son. The grow up so fast . He has a beautiful car too!
Take care,
CArlene

my78novata said...

awwwwwwww But hte doggies are s o much fun. I know i Have too many yet in another way I also cant do witout a one. Your son looks proud I would say hes growing we dont shrink LOL

deveil said...

I love your journal, it's very vibrant and colorful.  Great entries, I'm really enjoying it.

Derek
http://journals.aol.com/deveil/PictureoftheDay/

kissofvanity said...

Nice entry.  Sounds like your son and your husband had a great time out there!  I love the big bear hugs from my son, too.....mmmmmmm.

Ana  ((0.~))

dreamynetta said...

wow i love your animations, they are cute. i didn't know that april is autism awareness month.  

deabvt said...

Hi! Nice truck! Is your name related to the mountain people in Puerto Rico?
Thanks for visiting my Journal.
V

sonensmilinmon said...

Nice set of wheels your son has! :-)  I know what you mean about those boys of ours towering over us and LOVING those big bear hugs of thiers. :-)  Hope you have a great weekend.

Monica
http://journals.aol.com/photographybymon/Mamarazzi/
http://journals.aol.com/sonensmilinmon/SmilinMonsAdventures/

dcmeyer420 said...

Yup. Enjoy the moments with your daughter. They grow so fast! There is nothing humdrum about your entries. They are always filled with love and good vibes. Have a great week! http://journals.aol.com/dcmeyer420/DearDiary/  

mkolasa101 said...

Oh I remember those days all too well when my boys each got to that car age.  Their dad is also mechanical and thus each of our three can work on their own vehicles if they need too.  Our youngest got an older truck that needed fixing up at age 15 and so by the time he was 16 and old enough to legally drive it was looking really good.  I enjoy your post...you just tell it like you feel it...what could be better than that. Isn't it fun to be part of our kids creative projects?  Blessing to you.

Marlene-PurelyPoetry

tommytickla said...

Now that's a vehicle....