So. Vacation and eating and relaxing kind of get in the way of blogging. Or maybe I’m on stage five of Farley’s blogging and hunting situation (yeah, right). (Although I also think my “voice” has always been the same and I never actually tried to find a better one. I just did a lot more erasing in the beginning and then would put back what I had just erased. Now I just type. And, truly, I think I am all over the place, and on every single hunting stage so everyone should duck and cover. For your own safety.)
I go home tomorrow. Boo hoo hoo.
Normally, I would be looking forward to seeing the Hubs.
But he will not be there when I return.
Boo hoo hoo. A little louder.
He is on a business trip.
You know how he doesn’t like me to tell you because of the cyber space bullies?
Too late now.
Well, go ahead. We’re not home. Please get the mail, do some light dusting, and turn on the porch light. Thanks.
Here’s what we have been up to:
Dance Recital Dress Rehearsal
Make up and Hair rehearsal. This was so fun. I hope to post pics when I get home.
The Mall. (which led me to believe that Texas men are quite good looking.)
Oklahoma t-shirts. Two for $28. Boomer Sooner!! (I am not a football fan, but whatever. I am from Oklahoma and OSU has orange colors which I do not prefer.)
Pizza and the library.
The pool. (which led me to strongly believe that Texan men are quite good looking)
Taco Bueno. Taco GOOD.
Walking Baxter. (the cutest dog, next to my Syd, EVER!)
Braums. (I bought a half gallon of chocolate almond ice cream and I have a bowl every night)
THE Dance Recital.
Chili’s. (Which I can actually get in California, but the jazz dancer requested it. Much to my chagrin.)
Sleeping. No one around here gets up until about 9:00. It is HEAVEN. This has been a work in progress over the last ten years. I think I like that these kids are getting a little older. Not taller, mind you, but older.
Baseball. (which led me to the conclusion that Texan men are quite good looking) Lost by one.
Two teeth lost. One per nephew.
Bahama Bucks–shaved ice. Yes, please.
And that’s about all.
I have thoroughly enjoyed myself.
(by the way, my hubs is from Tennessee. I think I like myself the good ‘ole boys)
The happy part to my leaving is that my family will be coming out to see me at the end of July. Hooray!
When I get back home, I hope to offer up some freebies. I can’t now because I don’t have my computer.
I will also do the last giveaway for Learning Resources.
And, maybe, just maybe, I might start working on something for TpT. I don’t know how I feel about it. I haven’t sold anything ever. Hadar is strongly encouraging me. Along with some other people. And some followers have asked or said I should. But I don’t know. Sometimes, I’d just rather take out the teacher part of my title and just blog. Kinda like I do now.
Before I go, and it’s about time seeing as how this post means and says ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, I need some book recommendations. I will download it to my iPad ( the other love of my life). I need a book for the plane.
Yes, I have read The Hunger Games. And Divergent. And Matched.
“And those Fifty books,” she says with a beet-red face, behind the newspaper, hiding under the bed.
These are some of my favorite authors—Elizabeth Berg, Anne Tyler, Maeve Binchy, Elin Hilderbrand, Anita Shreve, Jane Green, Kristin Hannah, Rosamunde Pilcher, and Belva Plain. Except I have read all of their books. But I’d like something like that. Drama. Juicy. Can’t put it down. You know. A good book.
There you go.
1. Should I try to sell something on TpT?
2. What are you reading?