Thursday, March 25, 2010

Nice Weekend!

My brother and I had a very nice springtime weekend visiting with my sister and her husband in South Jersey. The weather was great. She is the most gracious hostess ever! She makes me feel welcome all the time. Her husband is a fantastic cook too! I am thankful for a family that cares about me and supports me through thick and thin.

My brother, sister and I walked the beach to look for shells on Saturday morning. There was still a bit of a chill in the air an some hearty souls taking in the sun – not many. After walking the beach and the boardwalk, we went shopping for a while. I undid a lot of my “decluttering” at home by buying new little do-dads. Oh, well.

Things at work have been keeping me tense and overwrought. I feel like something cast off to drift in the sea. I have no control – no, I guess I do. I can adjust to the change and go with it. It’s just so difficult when my head tells me something and every other particle of my being doesn’t want to cooperate. I just don’t like the way this was done. I know the last time they moved us all around was a disaster for me and I don’t want it to happen again. I have to trust in God that all will work out.

I keep a betta fish who was staring at me from his fishbowl. I fed him this morning and he is always begging for more. He will definitely make the move to the new building with me. He is a handsome little guy – yellow with brown spots. He likes to flare at my finger against the glass. But it’s all for show. He comes right to the surface when he sees me pick up the fish food container. He’s got a nice little bubble nest going already in the bowl.

Summer’s coming and I still have my introductory flying lesson gift certificate. I haven’t decided on a date for that yet, but thankfully, there is no expiration date on it. They even give you a refund if you show up there and are too scared to do it. But I won’t be. I’ve been looking forward to this for quite a while.

How would you like to come out to your car and find this?

A beekeeper was called in. Evidently a queen bee stopped to rest on the woman's car and soon a swarm formed. Once the queen was captured and removed, the rest of the bees flew away! Wow~

1 comment:

  1. Oh my word!!! I can't imagine coming out to find my car like that! Glad SOMEBODY came in to help her, but I was surprised to see her and others getting so close as they did, when the specialist was dressed from head to toe in protective covering! ~tina