Monday, June 26, 2006

Was this a day off?

After walking the dog, feeding the cats and emptying one more cabinet in the laundry room I drove the post office to drop off three boxes and to change our address. I then went to the appliance store to get a replacement burner for the one my stepson ruined by melting an emamel pan onto. After that I ran by my DH old office to pick up some paperwork he forgot and to drop off some he remembered but shouldn't have. I then went to the Doctor to get some perscriptions renewed then waited for them to be refilled. I got home in time to make arrangements for the windows to be cleaned tomorrow. My DH called to see how I enjoyed my day off. Let me change that...my DH called from the golf course in California to see how I enjoyed my day off!!!

I thnk my house is invisiable to my DH! Either that or he thinks elves come in and take care of things while he sleeps (or golfs!)

Blog isn't letting me post photos today...I'v found several of my quilts when they were hanging in shows and some antique ones from appraisal fairs we held. It is so frustrating when you wait a couple of minutes while it tells you it is loading only to get a blank screen and no photo! Sorry!

6 comments:

The Calico Cat said...

no rest for the weary, huh?

What kind of enamel pot - I had no idea that they could melt!

I want some la crueset pans - I think they are enamel... (No on bit and gave me them off of my wedding registry...)

anne bebbington said...

You ARE getting there Siobhan - it may not seem like it at the moment but each of these jobs can be ticked off the list and take you another step nearer to England. Just make sure you get some 'me time' and leave him a list when he returns from the golfing :o)

Melinda said...

Hey, it's me. My site is http://mghollis.blogspot.com/. Talk to you later. Safe travels.

Hugs,
Melinda

Tonya R said...

Pharmacies really will get you 3-months worth of prescriptions when you're moving overseas. I was an idiot and didn't even try, so of course ran out of meds too early once I got over here and had to scramble around to the doctor. Of course, most drugs are available over the counter here, so sometimes it's just a matter of figuring out what the local name is...

Sorry you're getting stuck with the house cleaning. Somehow I'm not surprised.

Darcie said...

*They* are all alike, Sio! ;-) But think of your time alone -- doing *nothing* -- as mind therapy. Lots of things get be worked out while packing, cleaning, or weeding. 'Course...I try to stay away from all three much of the time by the looks of my house...but I'm trying to help you look on the bright side here!

Take care!

Darcie said...

That should read: Lots of things CAN be....

;-)