Good Thursday Morning

Discussion in 'The Watercooler' started by Wiped Out, May 6, 2010.

  1. Wiped Out

    Wiped Out Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Good Morning Friends,

    Is it just me or does it feel like Friday will never get here? I'm very happy today that we once again have two working cars-no more commuting with both children in the car-I don't think husband and I could have taken another day of it and husband will be glad to get to work on time today.

    After school no appts for me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is the first time in a long time. husband does have a class but I will bring difficult child home and hopefully I will get in a workout today!

    Wishing everyone a peaceful day:peaceful:
  2. LittleDudesMom

    LittleDudesMom Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Good Morning Sharon and all to follow....

    Sorry Sharon, seems like the week is breezing by here! Glad you've got the second car going!

    Office this morning then some errands in the west end of town until difficult child pick up time. It's hair cut time for difficult child this evening - he's pulling a picture of the computer as I type to show me the kind of cut he wants. There's some guy on one of his games that has the cut he wants. My expertise is the buzz cut though :wildone:!!!!!!!!

    Have a great Thursday!

  3. tiredmommy

    tiredmommy Site Moderator

    Good morning. :coffee:

    Sharon (W.O.)- So glad you are not car-less anymore! Enjoy your workout. :)

    Sharon (LDM)- I save hair cutting for the professionals... good luck!!! :faint:

    Duckie has her New York math test today and tomorrow... wish her luck! I'll be starting to dig out her room this morning :)wildone:) and we start painting her paper mache volcano later. Outside. In play clothes!!!

    Have a great day. Hi to anyone that snuck in. :salute:
  4. Fran

    Fran Former desparate mom

    Good morning all. I have been missing the morning thread lately. Sorry about that. husband was down and out with a horrid flu last week and I caught a bit of a sniffle from him.
    Nothing that gives me the staying in bed all day rights but enough to be annoying.
    with-O glad you have 2 cars. We would be lost with one car that's for sure.
    LDM, too funny about difficult child caring about his hair. Adolescence is a good thing.
    TM, good luck to Duckie although most people in the state pass it so I'm pretty sure she will be ok.

    I had corrective eye surgery yesterday. No biggie but I can't bend over. It's really surprising how many times a day you bend over. LOL.
    difficult child is working out and watching his diet. He gets frustrated if he doesn't lose weight every day. I told him it 's a life lesson about
    perserverance. (I should know) Hopefully, he will reach his goal.
    We should be done with the big dig in the backyard today. A few small things have to be finished but for the most part it's done.

    Today looks like another bright sunny day. Not a cloud in the sky.
    Have a wonderful day all.
  5. Marguerite

    Marguerite Active Member

    G'day people.

    Sharon/WO, good luck getting that workout fitted in.

    Sharon/LDM, I hope you can get difficult child's hair cut sorted out to his satisfaction. The last time I did a buzz cut, it was on a girl I don't know and in front of an audience of hundreds, to raise money for leukemia research. She wanted her head shaved publicly; I chose to leave about quarter of an inch in case she needed a margin of safety.

    TM, I hope Duckie's Maths test goes OK. Enjoy the colcano pointing. If you want to give it a name, look up that Icelandic volcano... but you have to learn how to pronounce it.

    Fran, look after that eye. Be very careful about sneezing after that surgery. I hope you feel better soon.

    We've had a really busy day today. I'll post in Watercooler in more detail and I did describe our intentions earlier in the week. But basically, first thing we headed to the pain clinic via the pathology where I had fasting bloods taken. The pain specialist agreed I need to get my shoulder joint injected.

    From there we went to oncology for my first set-up appointment for the radiation treatment. Saw a lot of different people about that, would have seen more but I'd booked the shoulder injection and we were in danger of running late.

    Had the injection. Went to have lunch. Headed for my next appointment, the neurologist. From there, we organised our new mobile phones then headed home to get dinner with mother in law again.

    difficult child 3 worked well on his own today, I am pleased with him. I'll reward him with a driving lesson tomorrow.

    And now we're back home, I'm hot-packing my injected shoulder (the neurologist agreed we did the right thing getting the shot).

    husband's help today was invaluable. All of this done in one trip, instead of having to make about four or five separate trips over who knows how many weeks.

    Enjoy your Thursday, everyone.