DIVE INTO MONDAY
back to the
Loved that picture of
the hair with the water swirling upward!
what a time
now as the rains fall
the girls were taken to the airport yesterday
of all the flights delayed
wouldn't ya just know it
it was theirs!
On the way home
I stopped for gas
(a rather necessary task from time to time)
only to discover
lid wouldn't open!
it still won't!
guess it is yet another "gotcha, you are home"
to go along with
a delayed flight to Baltimore
this gas on empty with a lid that now will make
me go once again to
"Well do ya believe me know?"
[watch the rotten thing pop right open again for the mechanic like the last half a dozen times there]
the rains have settled in
Olivia back to school telling of her adventures
da mama Joan beginning a new chapter with
her new career up there!
WHAT IS NEW WITH YOU???
A "Nor-Easter" in October?
Halloween in the rain for the kiddies dressed up?
Oh my goodness
the last day of
Guess it is almost time to stop celebrating my birthin day ...
I know it is time
for me to shift to
"OH I HAVE SO MUCH TO DO"
as I will soon be on the road, in the sky for the month
I will be seeing those wonderful
HOSPICE folks in green
up in Ohio
the Crossroads Hospice
November is HOSPICE MONTH
I will be their keynote speaker at their events there...
Along with hitting other areas
in our great country
starting on the 8th
now is the time
have my coffee
embrace the memories of those days
on island time
"get the shag on"
for all that is to come!
Where has the summer gone
We don't blink much here on this page
time sure does seem to fly
I wondered about that
with our time
only to discover that this year it is happening on the first Sunday in November!
doesn't this Halloween spending just boggle your mind?
With all we hear of
and things being tight
I just learned that
US consumers just spent 2.5 billion on costumes, decorations and candy for this holiday!
NOW that is some "news"
if you really want to scare me,
come to my door dressed as
that should just about scare me to death!
how bout this little tid bit to get your blood sugar up? "The average child collects an estimated 3,500 and 7,000 calories on Halloween night, according to Dr. Donna Arnett, chair of the Department of Epidemiology in the University of Alabama at Birmingham's School of Public Health. The estimate was based on nutrition facts of popular Halloween candies."
"- A 100-pound child who eats 7,000 calories worth of candy would have to walk for almost 44 hours or play full-court basketball for 14.5 hours to burn those calories, according to Arnett."
I sure do hope Kamryn will have a basketball in hand
if he is out there doing that
with those stats!
Olivia let me know that
one determines the success of the day and night on Halloween by the heaviness of the bag at the evening end!
And this from a kid that does NOT eat a lot of candy,
tonight will be dressed as a
and probably "skipping" from house to house
"Bob Marley" tunes
"The United States produced more than 1 billion pounds of pumpkins last year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture."
I wishing you a
great and fun last day of
may your bags be filled of and with
and ohhh how I do pray
there is no frost on your punkin!
It is time to get very very busy here
"hot HOT hot"
listening to the sounds of the dolphins that still fill my senses
unless they plan to book my travel
to finish up with the arrangements
in the works...
Did I mention
it is a gloomy and dreary
RAINING DAY IN FLORIDA TODAY?
ohhh how the sun is shining within
I hope that is the case where you are as well!
about a "ting"
Have a blessed day dear hearts!
The fire is burning
the sage is fired up, blessings on the rain drops
Walk In Beauty