Hi all! I got my voice back, but I'm still not really able to sing. It feels strained and uncomfortable and my pitch is kind of wobbly. But soon, I'll be back to normal. We're doing a BBQ tomorrow for Father's Day. It should be pretty decent weather for it. Not too hot, but not cold either, and it is supposed to be dry. Paula is coming to visit me on Tuesday. We met at the HH Con here in the Netherlands and she doesn't live TOO far from me, so we're getting together for a morning and hanging out. We got along so well before and I'm excited to see her again.
Other than that, I'm just trying to avoid all the soccer mania going on at the moment. Rather a difficult thing to do.
Good news, I don't remember if I already posted it, but I don't think I did. Hubs called the child psychologist to see how much longer it will be and they said it should be 2 or 3 weeks and they will be calling to make the first appointment. I am so ready to get started!!Sarah
, your trip looked like so much fun! I hope I'll be able to go there someday!
I hope your boss gets someone new trained SOON!! If I were her, I'd be freaking out myself!
Yes, I finally took over the headband after her 6th attempt failed and she got really frustrated. So I did it myself. It took me 3 or 4 hours, but it is made and she wore it for 2 days and it has now resided on the couch ever since. But she has been looming up a storm. She's made a few of her own designs now and she's doing the advanced category bracelets and has made some for friends and for her brother. We got him his own loom because he wanted one, but he put the bands on it and then handed it to her to do the work because he couldn't get the hang of it, or rather didn't feel like it.Lynne
, I'm sorry they haven't paid you yet, but I'm sure it's coming. And it's nice to have some visitors, even if the reason isn't that great. Is he a good house guest? One of my friends has her MIL staying with her right now and the MIL is driving them CRAZY making snide comments about everything from my friend's garden to her health. She has a LOT of health issues and has been in and out of the hospital for the past year and had a session with the pain clinic just the other day and the MIL said on the way home that the one she really felt bad for was her son for having to drive her all the way to the hospital and back for her pain clinic. She has no compassion for the massive pain her Daughter-in-law is suffering every day, but that drive to the hospital must be so terrible.
Then she got up and made coffee for herself and her son, but didn't even offer anything to my friend. (My friend is on disability and her husband is her carer, so he is the one who would normally set the coffee, so it was probably kind of a hint to her that she wasn't being a good hostess because she didn't make coffee for her MIL, who then had to make it herself so she didn't have to inconvenience her precious son like SHE does every day) Hopefully your house guests have behaved themselves better, though I would assume that as it's not a MIL, they probably have. I think In-laws make the worst house guests in general. There's always going to be a certain amount of competition for the affection of the spouse\child and also about the house keeping. I hope some day when my kids are married, I don't make their spouses miserable when I come to visit!
I finished re-reading The Heir today and I'm going to start on the Crown again. Once I get through the series, I'll do a review of The Reign, which I haven't done yet because I was waiting until I re-read the first 2 books.Sean,
enjoy Le Mans!