Sunday, April 24, 2011


I know, I know.
"Where you been? We've been worried sick about-cha!!"
No need to worry. I'm still around:-)

Been keeping myself busy here lately
with work, video games, (I'll give ya a preview on those later on)
and surviving the tornado season.

Take a minute to look how close this guy comes
to not being ok.........

You'd think one would have gobs to say when missing
for a few months at a time but, to tell you the truth folks, I really
ain't got a whole heck of a lot to tell ya.......

The rain is aggravating, days seem shorter than the nights, and
I seem to find myself wanting more sunny days and
nicer temperatures.

I have a few family and friends that have the
time to go fishing and every time I start to plan on going either,
I've got to work in a huge metal warehouse with no windows.
Or......... it mysteriously rains on the days I have off from work.

Now, don't get me wrong, I love my family and friends dearly but,
when I come home and log on to Facebook (more like Faceslap, and you'll see why)
What do they do?
You've got it!!
They post their catch of the day to show all what I'm missing out on!!!

I'm about to Faceblock these Bassturds......

It's May!?!?
Can't believe we're 5months into the year already.
Before we know it July will be here and we'll be
moanin' and groanin' because it's too dang hot
to "go fishing" but, isn't it that the way it usually goes?

Mother's Day is next Sunday!!!
The United States celebrates Mother's Day on the second Sunday in May.
In the 1880s and 1890s there were several attempts to establish a Mother's Day,
but they didn't succeed beyond the local level.

The holiday was created by Anna Jarvis in Grafton, West Virginia,
in 1908 as a day to honor one's mother.
Jarvis wanted to accomplish her mother's dream of making
a celebration for all mothers, although the idea didn't take
off until she enlisted the services of wealthy
Philadelphia merchant John Wanamaker.

She kept promoting the holiday until President Woodrow Wilson
made it an official national holiday in 1914.
The holiday eventually became so highly commercialized that many,
including its founder, Anna Jarvis,
considered it a "Hallmark Holiday", i.e. one with an overwhelming commercial purpose.

Jarvis eventually ended up opposing the holiday she had helped to create.
She died in 1948, regretting what had become of her holiday.
In the United States, Mother's Day remains one of the biggest days
for sales of flowers, greeting cards, and the like; it is also the
biggest holiday for long-distance telephone calls.

Don't worry Dad!!
I didn't forget about you!!
(I'll post a video next month for ya)

So, as I sit here and listen to more rain fall from the sky,
I think to myself, isn't about time for a nap??

Yep, it is for me:-)
I know you guys want to hear more
and I'll catch up on this thing in the near future but,
it takes work and dedication to be a Princess.

Be kind to one another and take care of yourselves!!
Thanks for checking in:-)


Just call me Ed said...

Nice,,,good to hear from you again.