Blog Intro

Blog Intro

Quote of the Week

“You are the one thing in this world, above all other things, that you must never give up on.” – Lili Reinhart

Fact of the Week

There is a stadium in Brazil in which the midfield line lies on the Equator, making each team defend one hemisphere.

Joke of the Week

As an attorney in a major New Mexico law firm, I have many colleagues who work long hours. However, the reputation of one of my partners’ workaholic ways even extended beyond the office. He not only had to leave work early one day because of a medical problem, but was also told by his doctor to stay home until the end of the week. My colleague grudgingly agreed to comply. In the middle of the week, our receptionist received a call for him. She announced that the partner was out of the office until Friday.
"Good," the caller said. "That’s all I wanted to know." It was my partner’s doctor.

Comic of the Week

Comic of the Week

Monday, December 27, 2010

Christmas Parties - Wave One

First stop - Grandma Minnie's house. She was having a rough patch this time last year. She had broken her arm twice by the time Christmas rolled around. When we walked in, I was amazed at how GOOD she looked! Not that she looked bad the last time I saw her, but she just glowed this time. I was so happy! She is 93!!!!
Here is Alex opening her present. She is so cute! My little pre-med student!!!
Here is Val. Check out that smile! She was really excited about my South High hoodie. Now I know what to get her next year!
Here is Suzanne. I found out she travels for her work quite a bit and she LOVES it.....NOT!!! She is so funny!
I got all of the girls a warm blanky and fuzzy socks. They loved them. Can't go wrong with a present like that. It was great to see everyone. It is a shame that we only get over there once in a while. Life is too short!!! Merry Christmas, ladies!!!
Tune: Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer - Irish Rovers

2 comments:

Rachelle said...

I knew Grandma was in her nineties I told dad that but he was saying she was still in her eighties. Sad when Dad doesn't even know!

Jaylene said...

Well we went to her 80th birthday in 1997. The reason I remember that is because I had just lost all of my weight and I was still working as a home health aide. I was working at Bernco by Aug of '98 so I did the math.