MAKE TODAY RIDICULOUSLY AMAZING!
Do you remember watching The Jetsons cartoon show from years ago? I always wanted to be like Jane Jetson. Whenever she needed her hair done, she pushed a button and a big helmet-like thing would lower out of her ceiling. It looked like a hairdryer hood. Jane would shove her head in it and voila! she had a lovely, fresh hairdo immediately.
Well, when getting ready for church today, I found that slapping Roschelle (my new friend/wig) on my head and running my fingers through the luscious acrylic strands of hair, I could style my hair in a few minutes. Not as efficient as Jane J., but pretty close.
It was funny to hear the comments from my fellow church people. The women all said how nice and realistic it looked, and the men all thought I had just cut my hair. Go figure. It was nice that they noticed, but the men just didn't have a clue that it was a wig. :)
My girls got here this afternoon. They are on Spring Break from school, so they will be here through Tuesday. Abby and I played a few board games. Cate made a big batch of peanut butter cookies. Whenever she comes over, we almost always bake cookies. My mom would always start mixing up chocolate chip cookies whenever her grandkids walked through the door. It must be a family tradition.
I have been trying to sit still as much as possible, so I can attempt to talk the doctor into taking out the drains tomorrow, instead of waiting for Tuesday as planned. I need to get them out Monday, so I will have the necessary two day period before more chemo. Chemo is scheduled for Wednesday, and I'm afraid if I can't have a removal on Monday, I may have to cancel chemo for the third time. I would kinda like this stuff done sometime before the end of this year. I know . . . GRIPE - GRIPE - GRIPE.
Jenna called me to tell me that the first of the puppies had left the nest. She is doing a good job finding new homes for the little rascals. She was surprised that she was a little blue about them going and feeling badly for their mother, Zeva, now that she will be separated from her babies. I guess that is a mutual-mother sympathy feeling. And that just shows what a tender heart Jen h
I understand that friend Donna C. was an out-patient concerning some growths in her ears. Hope all is well now.
And very special best wishes to niece Tina who is having major surgery tomorrow. It will all be good, so don't worry!
GOD BLESS YOU ALL