After my last posting titled, “Columbus Dispatch”, my loving son the Spanish Professor called to ask how I’m doing. He had read the story with a bit of concern for his usually strongest-woman-in-the-world mother.
“I’m okay. I’m really just fine,” I assured my oldest child. "My back is better, thank goodness for Motrin!
"I'm able to sit up and take nourishment," - as John M. from Berrien Springs likes to say when asked how he's doing.
I use this website as a way to vent. As a sounding board. As a lesson in life. To encourage and offer a helping hand and listening ear. I may need to have a better sense of humor, but Dusty Angels is always the TRUTH through my eyes.
Last Monday was probably the worst career day of anybody at my job. New computer programs can send anybody to Mars and back, but in this case, it was imperative that we get the job done so our patients could get proper care, and the stress all over the building was like a pressure cooker.
We should have all gotten on the loudspeaker and did a hip-hip hooray at the same time to ease the tension!
Several happy things to report today...
I found some new scripting in the snow and it looks like our favorite Ohio Gopher has been out and about. The message was saved HERE. Don't save the site to your favorites from "HERE" but please add this blogsite to your favorites. http://autumnspring55.blogspot.com/ (The email at the top of his site should read, email@example.com ) You won’t want to miss his occasional outings from the burrow!
I got an email yesterday from a VERY favorite person and former boss I had lost track of. She was owner of Teresa’s Country Homes in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Her eldercare homes were the BEST in Berrien County. It was a joy and pleasure to work for her. (She’s in my book for those who had read, Dusty Angels and Old Diaries and she hasn’t even read the book yet.)
EnglishRose Photography got a nice break from someone whose name I can’t mention. But such kindnesses are few and far between. Thank-you Mike!
Our landscape got about 4 inches of beautiful soft snow last night. Today it sparkled over the land bringing out all the colors of the rainbow. It helped ease the bitter single digit cold and bone chilling wind. I wish you could have watched Sheba running and almost dancing through the back yard. Finally, she just lay down and put her nose into the blanket of snow. No pictures. It was just a tad too cold for me to spend that long outside.
Here's a joke. Jim didn't laugh but I'll tell it anyway...
Q. Why didn't the elephants want to play cards in the jungle?
A. There were too many cheetahs.
Haa Haa Hee Hee
I’ll repeat the first paragraph because it’s so important.
I found some new scripting in the snow and it looks like our favorite Ohio Gopher has been out and about. The message was saved HERE. Add this blogsite to your favorites. http://autumnspring55.blogspot.com/ (The email at the top of his site should read, firstname.lastname@example.org ). You won’t want to miss his occasional outings from the burrow!
Hurray for hubby James - the only gopher in the Midwest to have a website!