Good morning, CruiseMates. Another weekend here and gone. I don't know what happened to our Super Bowl Steelers.....Oh my! Four interceptions yesterday! Looks like another busy day at work, but aren't they all these days? Only two more months until the Cruise of the Century! I cannot wait.
Mary Lou Scanlon
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Just stopped in to say hello. I'm really busy with the department move here at work. Outside contractors are in to start disconnecting things to get ready for shipment, and I've got to drain the fluids from one machine. Ugh!
We had a really windy weekend here in NY, so I've got to pick up a few things from the yard after work. And I've got to carve some pumpkins for tomorrow!
Morning All, from the "Windy City". No, not Chicago, Montreal. What a weekend! High winds, power outages, trees down, roofs blown off. Thank goodness none of the above affected us directly, just leaves everywhere!
Spent a quiet weekend relaxing, resting and trying to get rid of this cough once and for all. I think I found the answer with Buckley's Daytime/Nighttime tablets. Worked like a charm!
Also managed to get 45 CDs made for the Century cruise. Only 55 more to go! I can't believe it's now down to 2 months to go! Yippeee!
Beantown is shining brightly this morning, A few errands, a trip to the library, and a drs. appointment, and then home It's official, I am now hooked on books on tape, and if I don't have one when I drive, I feel like I am wasting time.
Donna, we sure do appreciate all your hard work, in making these cd's for the Century cruisers..I am sure if you translate Ragga Ragga, it means thankyou, somewhere in the Caribbean
Make it a good one.
Trip, with her book & tea!
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We are still being blown to bits. It is seldom windy here - breezy perhaps, then with strong gusts, but this is just continuous wind. DH ended up working 36 straight hours, then had a short night to be back at work at 5 this morning. I'm sure they will work late today too. As Donna said - lots of people without power. Trees down, power lines down. I never lost power tho', for which I am thankful for.
Not much on today's agenda. Housework, grocery shopping, then a meeting at church tonight.
Tomorrow I have been invited to a local bar/restaurant as my daughter's best friend is in a show on the History Channel. She has flown in from New York to enjoy this party at the bar. They have rented it out and invited everyone who wants to join the party to come. There is a large screen tv there. She will be on at 8 p.m and will be in Exorcism: Driving OUt the Devil, which is based on the true story of Patricia Reading of Litchfield, CT. Sunny, my dd's friend is playing the part of Patricia's daughter, Michelle. Not really my type of genre but I will go to support Sunny, she has been a fixture at our house since they wre in first grade. Always good friends, plus shared the stage in some productions around here as well.
Should get busy. Have to decide what to take to the potluck meeting tonight. The deciding is always more difficult than the making of it.
Good morning from a chilly Southern California. No sun here yet. Will seem funny when it gets dark so early tonight.
For those of you who didn't read the Sunday morning post, we live about sixty miles from the Esperanza Fire. It's about seventy percent controlled. As I said before, I surely hope they catch whoever set this fire.
We spent a nice afternoon in Newport Beach yesterday, warm and pleasant. I can tell I'm getting excited about the Century. Everything has to be done NOW, even though it's still two months away. Bought a new piece of luggage yesterday on sale. Eee gads, even luggage goes out of style. My old stuff has to be pulled by a strap and always tips over. A pain. Heavy to pull, too.
Gym day for Keith, and like Sharon, laundry calls me name.
Both Kuki Jrs. fly back to Calgary today, to get back to classes, while Mrs. K and I spend two more days in the sun.
My folks were supposed to head back tomorrow, but we've changed their flights so they'll fly home with my kids. (I had only been trying to convince them for two weeks prior to go with my kids, or wait until Thurs. and go with us). Last night they finally decided they'd go back today, and luckily seats were available.
When I get home Thurs. I hit the ground running... lots of organizing, and ticket sales to do for our hotel wind up function, and I head to the Century press trip next Thurs. Going to get BUSY for the next two months til the New Year's Party of the Century!