Yesterday, when I met Alec's bus after school, I took his school papers out of his backpack. I like to see what art he has been working on since he is getting very serious about his drawings. folks, he is really doing an amazing job. Well, there was also a piece of paper that his teacher had given him which said, "write down something that you are thankful for". (evidently because Thanksgiving is almost here). His sweet answer was simply "MOM IS EVERYTHING".
When Jenna questioned him about it later, he said he had heard a song with those words, on YOUTUBE. It made me want to cry that he had expressed what he his most thankful for and what is the most important thing in his life. Gotta love him!!
I am a little curious about some questions I have been getting from some men that I know, concerning (here I go AGAIN) my hair. I have been asked if I am considering wearing this style instead of going back to my old original way of fixing my hair - - - when it grows out. That is a hard question to answer because I am sure the texture may go back to what I had before, and then it wouldn't stick up like it does currently. Lon personally, cannot stand the spikey look and would prefer me to slick it down flat. Hmmmmm. He says women that wear their hair like I do, look like they don't own a comb or hairbrush. I am really wondering if the men who were questioning me prefer it this way or can't wait for me to go back the old way. Whatever. Don't know, don't care. I do know that if I put on one of those open-top sun visors, it would look like I am wearing one of those Billy Bob type hats (with the white hair all fluffy on top). sigh
Since we already had our huge Thanksgiving dinner, I don't have to do a darn thing tomorrow. I think we will have steak. I did make a turkey casserole the other night with some leftovers. I find that I prepare food the REALLY easy way, since I hate to cook. My opinion is, whoever invented the microwave was a genius!!! My casserole consists of cutting up bite-size pieces of turkey, mixing in a can of Cream of Mushroom soup, making a big bowl of instant rice (2 cups rice in 2 cups of water and nuke for 6 minutes). After heating the meat and soup together in the microwave, put it in a casserole dish, slop the rice on top and VOILA, dinner's ready.
Little Ma's physician stopped by her house last evening to check on her, and told us to call Hospice. They were starting this afternoon. I haven't hear how that went, but Ma was willing to give it a try.
GOD BLESS YOU ALL