It doesn't FEEL hectic... it just means that our 'free-time' is spoken for, & we get to hang with each other in a different environment than home. And on a beautiful Nevada evening, there's nothing better.
I'm a people watcher. Last night at I-Doey's game, I observed a mom with 4 kids in tow, probably between the ages of 3 & 10, 2 boys & 2 girls. She attempted, vainly, to get them to sit & watch the game. The 2 youngest (the boys) were all over the place, & were pretty active, even according to The scoey d Standard of Active-ness.
Finally, the seemingly frustrated mom got up & said in her best "momma ain't happy, so there ain't no one gonna be happy" voice:
All of you. Stop now! Come with me!
With all 4 kids in tow, mom obviously fired up, the youngest got a big smile on his face & asked her:
Mommy! Is this a privilege? Is this a privilege?
She was not amused.
But I sure was.
Today is my mom's birthday... & I'm musing on the fact that I am currently 10 years older than she is. Or will be. And the gap will grow.
I'm trying to gear myself up for a week away from theBean next week. While she is holding down the proverbial fort, I will be going to Anaheim for the yearly Foursquare Convention er... 'Connection'. It's the gathering for the denomination that our church family belongs to. Convention is called Connection because...
TheWeez is coming with... Lucky me. She just came out & declared her undying love & devotion for the Boston Red Sox of all teams. Fortunately, I know that she is just saying this due to her undying love & devotion that she has for a certain Red Sox fan who shall remain nameless.
The monastery that theMoses, Brother, & I went to in March 2008 supports itself with the proceeds they make off of the vineyard on their property. While we were there, we visited their wine shop for a tasting. Great vino...
So I joined their Wine Club. Next week, the 'spring shipment' comes out. Sweet. Should be here when I get back from Connection...