Monday, December 14, 2009

Hardley Anything

Talking to my Grandfather this evening and asking about his day...he asked about mine.

We talked about something he needed,
"what about tomorrow?" he asked.

...I told him
"No problem tomorrow.
I have hardly anything to take care of tomorrow."

"What is hardly anything?" he asked.

I checked my calendar....

"Well..."

To Do TOMORROW:

Sister Johnson is coming to visit teach
I am painting the bathroom
Deliver the gifts to the Christmas Box House
Pick up Sub for Santa lists
Pay for the boys Ski and Snowboard camps
Sam has Auditions for the school play after school
...then he runs to the Christmas Program practice
[he is playing his trumpet
at the Rest Home Wednesday evening]

Gavin and Sam to Basketball practice
Clarissa to Parent ELP Poetry night...

He said, "That's nothing."

I said, "Compared to today....Y E S !"

6 comments:

suzie said...

YIKES!!!

Kim said...

Sounds like a fun day! What's all the painting about? When you're finished, come down my way. I have some walls that need paint. :)

Liz said...

I think that dad would love to have a list that long everyday to do and then he would not be so lonely and sad.
Your list of things to do makes me tired...
♥♥♥♥♥♥

Christie Gardiner said...

Sounds like the life of a mamma.

Stephanie said...

Sounds like you are way too busy and need some relaxing time!! :D Hope you're feeling better! I asked bro Lawrence to give you our love and he kindly responded "no" ha ha...It was pretty great. :)

LeShel said...

i'm thinking i need to see pics of this bathroom.

my happiness!

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