Friday, April 21, 2006

Random Thought

The other day, I was talking to KimG and expressed this random thought. I told her that when I was younger, I found it amusing to look at yoga books upside down. She looked at me like I was crazy. This post is for her.

What's not to amuse? Tell me you didn't at least smile!

Easter Sunday

Short on time right now but here are a couple of photos. Spent the day with family. A good day.

Dad looking sharp in his new suit.

Cassie and Jay enjoying great meal hosted by Martha.

Friday, April 14, 2006


Friday, April 14, 2006
Back to work. Feeling pretty dang good!

Thursday, April 13, 2006
Stayed home. Recuperated. On the mend. While I was housebound, I went through some of Gene's office papers that I've been putting off dealing with. Sigh.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Went to work long enough for an important meeting.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006
Stayed home.

Monday, April 10, 2006
Went to work. Thought I was better. I was wrong.

Sunday, April 9, 2006
Flu-like symptoms. Fever and chills.

Friday/Saturday, April 7 & 8, 2006
Relay for Life - College Edition: This was the first relay to be held at the university (this is in addition to the long established county one) and I agreed to have a team. We did quite well. Thank you to all of you who contributed. Our team raised more than $800! The event raised more than $13,000. Pretty fantastic for a first-time event, don't you think?

Our team theme was a Harry Potter one. Amanda made scarves for all of us. We had great fun. Then a norther blew in and we were very, very, very cold but still managed to have a good time. Those prop scarves ended up feeling pretty good!

KimG and I just looked at the photos and videos I took. She had tears in her eyes from laughing so hard. Yes, they are that funny. Snicker.

Ms. Judy's Buttons -- r to l: Andres & Monica, Jordan, Jesse, Lila, Jim & Amanda, Ericka, me, Blake & Kasey, KimG

Thursday, April 6, 2006
Movie-night for me and the Buttons. We saw V for Vendetta LINK. Kasey & Blake took off for a play after McKenzies where we all had the hamburger special. Yum. "Lesley" had to go check on her puppy since she'd been at work all day. Michelle couldn't go eat with us but joined us at the movies. Lila and Jordan both went to the Ring Ceremony with family and couldn't come. I guess this will be our last offsite-meeting with Ericka since she graduates in May. Seems too soon!

At McKenzies -- r to l: KimG, Kasey, Blake, Ashley (a.k.a. Lesley), Ericka and me. Regular version and required Crazy Face version.

Tuesday, April 4, 2006
I had a chance to go out and visit Sylvia before her big move out of state. We just recently got back in touch. I'm glad we did or I wouldn't have had a chance to visit with her before she left. We met more than 30 years ago when she started a resale store in across the street from where I worked. I got two great friends from that resale shop! JudyA is the one who bought it from her. Sylvia gave me the teapot and teacup that are on the table as a momento. Thank goodness for email! We'll keep in touch!

Me and Sylvia

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Had The Flu

Had some things I wanted to post but have had the flu. Better now but not 100 per cent, yet. Will post soon! Until then, find out your Easter Bunny name HERE .

Thursday, April 06, 2006

SCA, Sequential Chronological Anomaly

"SCA (pronounced SKAY): a sequence of numbers which specify a moment in time."

Just so you know, there is an official name for rare chronological occurrences like yesterdays time/date. This same exact SCA will not happen for another 100 years, but the next SCA, 02-03-04 05-06-07, will occur in 13 months. Thanks, Jen.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

"Date Geek" Moment. 4/5/6 Plus!

At two minutes and three seconds after 1:00 today, the time and date will be 01:02:03 04/05/06!

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Dad Got A Good Report

Saturday, I went over and stayed with Dad. He was doing okay after his hernia surgery but moving very slow. Yesterday, he went for his one week exam with the surgeon and got a good report. All is okay. I'm sure he would tell you that hernia surgery is much more painful than they lead you to believe. But I anticipate that he will be feeling much better soon and we will have to work hard at enforcing the "no-lifting and no-driving for six weeks" instructions.

Dad the morning of his surgery on left; a member of his Sunday school class sitting with him; his college buddy and chaplain at the hospital standing.
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