Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Tired of the Weather.

Is everyone as tired of the weather as I am? If so, I'm not addressing it any more for a while. It has been totally consuming me lately, and it's time I moved on to other things.

My son's family is with me as I'm sure I've told everyone at least a hundred times. We have found them temporary living quarters. Her company was supposed to give them a place for three months, and then if they needed to be there longer, it would be up to them to pay the rent. They needed this while he builds a house for them. Unfortunately, there was nothing available.

I have a friend whose mother passed away a few months ago. Her house is pretty much as she left it when she went to the nursing home, and the family has graciously agreed to rent it to my kids furnished during this transition. Isn't it wonderful to have good friends? I think this also goes to the spirit of 'small town living'. It couldn't have worked out any better if I'd thought of it myself. I can't take credit for it since actually, my friend made the suggestion.

Even though the kids will only be a block or two away, I'll miss them when they move out, but this will probably be a good transition for when they move 20 miles away.

I hope you have good friends in your life, the kind that are always around whether there is a specific need or not. Tell me about your friends. Tell me about those who have done things for you and to you. Most of mine would have to tell you the things I've done to them.

Hope you are having a great Wednesday(don't forget mid-week Bible Study tonight) Do something silly. Make someone laugh.


#1daughter said...

I missed the second half of the VH-1 rock doc last night. Hopefully it will be on again. Last night was the season finale of L&O SVU, however I didn't see much of it because I was surfing the internet. I won't tell you what I was looking at (not porno) because you already think I'm warped.

To my beautiful, darling, naive little sister: don't want to think about our parents and free love huh? WAKE UP KIDDO. IT WAS THE 60'S. There's no telling what our parents were in to. ACK! Get over it!

I'm sorry mom, what did your post even say today? I'm so confused.

Lisa J said...

And the saga contines!!! #1 daughter adds laughter to the blog. But that is good since you say to do something silly and make someone laugh..mission accomplished. I laughed outloud and didn't even mean to. Stay high and dry. Great, not that kind of high, it isn't the 60's anymore, it means stay above the high water. Good night.

Kacey said...

LOL, your comments are as entertaining as the blog post!

I have only a handful of what I'd consider really close friends. But I got good ones!!

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