Good Morning. It Is Easter.

Let’s see, what has self done this weekend (aside from sleep and get over most pesky flu bug?)

Yesterday afternoon, self and hubby watched The Final Four NCAA games. The first one, between Butler and Michigan State, was very exciting. Self was initially undecided which team to root for, but coming close to the halfway mark, she began to feel Butler had more spunk. Namely, because of a skinny young man on the Butler team named Hayward. Who played the entire game — self swears, by the last two minutes, his feet must have felt like cement blocks. But Butler won! Butler won! Butler won!

Now, how do they get past those behemoths on the Duke team? Who shellacked West Virginia in their match-up?

Today, Easter Sunday, it is freeee-zing! We are going to Read the rest of this entry »

Coming Up, First Week of April 2010

Let’s start with today, shall we?

Since self is ambulatory (after two days of not being, but that’s neither here nor there), she and hubby are attending Mass at Mount Carmel.

Then, since self is broke (She just sent some money over to son who, in spit of his Census job, began the weekend with only $5 in his checking account).

She still needs to get the Sunday San Francisco Chronicle. And it would be just sooo nice if she could get over to Read the rest of this entry »

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