Monday, March 10, 2008

A post on a lighter note

I have a bunch of posts I need to take care of, but this isn't one of them. This is just a quicky so that there is something less heavy for my most recent post. I also need to get caught up on a ton of blogs. I hope it will be soon. My apologies for that.

For starters, Brad and I spent five (hellish) days with Brad's dad and his wife. It was nice to see Brad's dad - and we got a few blessed moments alone with him, but his wife is just plain mean. I will spare you the details, but suffice it to say she is lucky to still be breathing. Ok, one detail - even though she often mispronounced works (such as calling a petroglyph a "petralgraph") she enjoyed telling a story - with a derisive tone - about a Latino nursery worker who called an Oleander an "olander".

Today I spent two hours looking for some business maternity clothes for the forum. It turns out I should have ordered online. I was really getting discouraged, but after lowering my standards a bit, we got lucky at the store we started at. I am so relieved to get that over with.

Best of all the yearly Buttercup Patrol (Ender and me) struck gold on Sunday and found the first flowers of Spring! Yeah!!!

I have added pictures of my Buttercup Patrol Buddy (note the buttercup between his front feet) and the first buttercup of Spring 2008


battynurse said...

Yay for the buttercup patrol. I always LOVE finding the first sign of spring whether it's my crocuses coming up or a buttercup in the woods. Sorry about the evil wife (stepmonster?). So is the snow gone yet??

Irish Girl said...

Looking forward to those posts you have in mind. Glad you found something for the forum. And I am with you ... can not wait for spring :)

RJ said...

At first, I thought, "it's radio, why does Kami need new business attire." Then I realized, altough I can only tune in via radio, you will have a live audience!!

Love the buttercup patrol!

Familyofthree said...

Good puppy! Spring is around the corner!

Glad your hellish days with Step MIL (monster in law) are over!

MrsSpock said...

Oooh, a buttercup....all we have out here is several feet of post-blizzard snow slowly melting...Blah!