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Sheba, Colorado here you come! My son is a good kid. I want him to have some fun too.
Hope you had a good day.
Still thinking about your crystal score of ornaments. What a deal.
Sheba, Now you can start the new year off right! Glad you are feeling at ease now.
Wouldn’t it be fun to wear a dress like that to a party? The dresses are so creative and I still think Ms. Heidi could do a fun pin and even add on to the pin items, or ability to change out the skirts.
Anyways, I can’t possibly buy much more jewelry. Just an occasional piece.
Working from does have some advantages. My son has to go into work as he is management, but he also ends up doing extra work from home.
Estes Park looks scenic. Great you have family there and they are welcoming. Your daughters having cars when they visit is great.
Awesome! Lovely! Maybe Heidi should make some pins like these dresses?
Sheba, happy for you to have the 3D Mamm and Labs behind you. Good job.
Too bad the lab technician caused you some pain. Not cool if you ask me.
They don’t ultra sound you then? The 3D must do it all.
Guess what? Today I hiked, duh, not news and had given up all hope of finding my pin. Didn’t mention it but I gave a neighbor a ride in my car and I even went to the location I dropped her off to see if it fell out on the ground. Well today, going up the side of the hill I found it.
I think someone found it and moved it under a bush on the side of the path. Anyways, I am so happy and shocked. Guess you never know….
Also came too close to a Coyote today. It was an intersection of a path and trail. I backed up and waited and then continued onward a bit rattled but there was no threat.
Feeding all those cats must add some pressure to you and your schedule. They need you and were so lucky that you were so kind to have your son step in and continue your good work.
Xango, Wow, I never knew you had so many siblings and lost them at such young ages. along with your parents. You must miss them but as you mentioned, a part of them always stays with you. Nice you have the nieces and nephews.
Hope you have a wonderful holiday season.
My Mother was the longest living person from her side. Her Mother passed at 60 years from B Cancer in the 1960’s. and her Sister and Brother also passed young maybe 50 and 40 yrs old. My Dad’s side is the opposite with much better longevity.
Hope you are feeling better.
Sheba, glad the 3D Mamm. is over and the results are great. Phew. Good news especially at this time of year is welcomed. Your son must be happy to be visiting and being home for the holidays.
I ordered the G Velvet jacket in black, and now I am wondering about the fit and if I should have ordered the raspberry. Guess I will find out how it fits next week.
Have a good day!
Sheba, Yay and Congratulations on your Waterford Crystal ornament find.
Nice you are enjoying your son being home. I can’t wait for you to go back to Colorado. You’ll have a great time.
Wearing a mask seems to help travelers. My friend had her elderly MIL fly in (from Colorado) and she wears a mask when traveling and never gets sick. Same when my friend picked up relatives from the airport and wore her mask, the relatives had been cruising and ended up testing positive for Covid, yet she was fine. I think mask work.
My son is busy with work and all but yes, he will find some time to snowboard. Are people in your family skiers or do they also snowboard? I’m of the Skier only generation and never liked to be on the hill with people playing games, tossing balls, and racing because I am a cautious person and now a sit by the fire with hot chocolate one at that. 🙂
Have a good evening.
Sheba, glad you didn’t mind. I didn’t want to bring up any painful memories. Wow, I am impressed you managed 3 inch heels within six months. My feet wouldn’t be happy with me . We have different body types for sure. My reputation at the office was to wear low heels, After 2 inches my feet always cramped up.
My son is thinking of Snowboarding in January, plus we will take him somewhere also. I think Utah. Your Colorado and Minnesota family have adapted well to the snow. All that Skiing is good. Now a days, I will join you by the fire with hot chocolate. Good luck next week!
Sheba, Sorry I asked about if you ski. I remember you posted about an accident but was not sure if it was many years before or more recently. Oh, you poor thing. Sounds awful and traumatic. I recall you posting about being carried out from your bedroom. I sure hope your ankle is healed and of course get why you wouldn’t choose to Ski on it. Ouch.
Hiked today and it was nice and cool. Then later I walked with a friend, who is a survivor.
Lots of steps and started to put some outdoor lights up.
I admire how you look after the cats and try to make their lives easier. You have a kind heart.
Have a good weekend.
What a fun traveler.
Sheba, It’s just nice to be outside. We had a quick downpour last night and I felt some light rain on my hike. It was over quickly. Speaking of my Mother, I lost a pin that was on my pack that was a gift from her. I looked for it yesterday and today, retracing my steps without finding it. Someone else must have found it. Hardly anyone goes to this location so I thought for sure I would find it. Stuff happens and I have lots of other pieces from her.
Sheba, not wanting to eat is not something I have experienced much. I like food too much. Maybe you have some food allergies or sensitivities? Or a fast metabolism from all that yard work and walking. A long time friend recently told me that she doesn’t like to eat and doesn’t take in enough calories to lose weight as her body is holding onto it. Problems in either direction are hard. BTW, I gained the pregnancy weight for you and way more than 10 lbs.
Welcome back home!
Oodie. glad your husband is doing better. Maybe the water doesn’t taste right to him. Possibly some soup, smoothies or water with something like AL Efficient C, or some fruit, or Lemon and honey will add some flavor?
Have a good evening.
Love the couch and chairs and open space.
Sheba, Sounds like you finally got home to Colorado and had a great time! Do you Ski? I grew up Skiing but never liked heights so I stopped going, plus it became so costly. For me, I didn’t like it enough for the cost, if that makes sense.
I know what you mean about the elevation and needing a lot of water. It gets so dry too. I’m sure you know the drill after years of traveling.
We aren’t sick anymore. I hiked early today and plan to do so again tomorrow (since it gets dark early at this time of year).
Did you say ten years? Wow, that is a long time. It has gone so fast in so many ways. I am shocked that we have been posting for so long. It’s been a real pleasure to meet you!!! and all the other posters as well. I have learned so much about each of you over the years. Thanks for all you do.