Today feels like I am having a “glad overload”.
It began with being chauffeur for my working man because the snow is too deep/ ice too abundant for him to ride his bicycle. He doesn’t like feeling dependent, but I like the extra 8 minutes we are together in the car.
Then I got a nice chatty email from a buddy I know in real life but haven’t seen in ages. Of course I had to reply asap.
Next came chauffeur for youngest son. Also time in the car.
On the way home, I stopped at the post office. It just seemed the easiest thing to do because I don’t really want to be walking when the temperature is hovering near ZERO.
Somewhere along the way, I learned that Kristin Chenoweth is a co-host for a couple days on The View on ABC. For Christmas, I got the soundtrack for WICKED, plus I have another cd of hers.
A quick check of the tv listings told me the show had already started. Good thing the line at the post office was speedy.
I don’t watch the show very often, but I liked it today. The women hosts seem to get along fine. Having the vivacious KC as the guest host would definitely be an asset.
The guest fella did a cute song from a kiddie show
Johnny and the Sprites
I sure do miss having my knowledge of children’s interests keeping current.
Anyway, I liked what I saw on The View today.
Not to say I’m going to reschedule my life around the show or anything.
Not like I did when I was on medical leave and The Donny and Marie Show became a sort of addiction.
Just after Noon, I arrived at the Yarn Group. Someone already had a question for me about the pattern for the potholders.
A very lively bunch today—we were giving instructions and carrying around boxes of yarn and holding up color combinations and asking about church meetings and and weaving in the ends for a finished scarf.
I was thinking of how many of my other buddies would fit in with these creative folks.
A nice day so far, even being a Thursday.
~~love and Huggs, Diane
Update this evening: My brother called from a far-off state and we had a 20 minute chat. While the phone was busy, my computer chimed an incoming message. It was Husband saying he could get a ride home from a co-worker.
As soon as he walked through the door, he asked if I wanted to go get some wonton soup and egg rolls. Well, YEAH!!
After supper, we had to make a delivery to his office, then he was chauffeur because I went to see Bells are Ringing at the historic theatre. The walk home was cold and tiring.
I’m ready for bed! Nitey-night.
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