Monday, May 9, 2011

Summer Reading Program

Do not forget to visit your local public library and sign up for their summer reading program.

I can think of no better way
To spent a summer day
Than with a book by the beach,
While I turn my wintry skin peach.

Thoreau, Poe, Emile Rousseau
All at your local public library.


*And don’t forget to cool off with an ice cream at Chippy’s Ice Cream Parlor*


Sunday, May 8, 2011

Mother's Day

I have learned more about hubbie and I this week.

I had to go to the VA where I learned my blood sugar was a 55, 70 being low, meaning I may be hypoglycemic, which would explain some of my erratic behaviors and hummingbird eating habits of needing to eat all the time.  What other illness requires you to eat candy?  How cool is that?  This is possibly a result of the high stress of being a mommie of all trades.

Hubbie said, I need to eat his diet and he needs to eat mine, as I get to eat all the carbs I want.

Because hubbie is from the Germanic tribes with his coppery beard and is "SSG Daryl Odom," also known as "Odin" This weekend we are absolutement going to see Thor for my Mother's Day request.  Odin is the god of war and death, of wisdom and poetry, Thor was his son.  Maybe he’s is going to cast out our teenaged son {giggle}.  Our little Thor was obsessed with hammers when he was little too.


Saturday, May 7, 2011

Kentucky Derby

Every season the Kentucky Derby begins, I am booked.  I have never been.  One co-worker was shocked, I did not know about Preakness, hubbie does not think I would like it, but who could resist wearing one of those adorable hats?  So if you see me randomly in a Derby hat serving food for the Boy Scouts, realize it is because I have only one body, one life, and wish to be in several places at one time.


Friday, May 6, 2011

Boy Scouts serving food at Cox Plant Farm in Clayton, Indiana


Troop 305, Boy Scouts Cook Out

Don't miss the Boy Scouts annual cook out at Cox Plant farm.  It is a tradition every May, and helps pay for merit badges, their camp outs and activities throughout the year.

Boy Scouts cook-out at Cox Plant Farm