Maggie wants you to know that its okay to have a bad hair day. She has them all the time.
I always enjoy the pictures of my dog-niece my sister-in-law sends. This is the latest.
Well...I don't have anything exciting to report---except that its pouring rain. Yesterday it was 80. The weather is full of surprises.
I can tell this is going to be a "random" post. (My younger son would call it that.) Everything is "random".
I quit the square dancing class. It just doesn't feel right without Mozart. However, I'm resuming my tennis. I had stopped playing because I strained my elbows when I held the hedge clippers over my head and clipped a giant bush.
My writers critique group meets tomorrow. As usual, I have nothing to bring for critique. Writer's block I suppose. However, I've been studying a website called http://www.lulu.com/. You can self-publish a book for a minimal fee. But one must be pretty computer savy. For example, you must be proficient on Word. I have 2 children's books that have never been published. I'm thinking of trying LuLu...if I can get through the technical aspects.
My oldest son had a court date today. The court date relates to unpaid tickets. He hasn't been able to pay his tickets because he has trouble keeping a job. He also has forgotten to go to court dates in the past, so the whole thing is snow-balling (fees and community labor). I hope he remembered to go today.
They're talking about lay-offs at the school district where I work. I think my job is okay...but one never knows.
I'm enjoying my afternoon job with Mrs. L.
That's it for now!
I wish I had a picture of my yard. (camera's broke) The grass/weeds are so green and the lemons and oranges look bright. Nature and the outdoors keep my cheerful. Absolute beauty...and free of charge!