Was a busy week for me while running on low spoons--LOL!
Monday Leah dropped off Cashwise groceries.
Tuesday Leah got her second shot. She just had one crummy day and then was fine--like Dagan reacted. Nice!
Wednesday I went over to watch the boys while Dagan and Leah dropped off the Leaf because it wasn't holding a charge...and had just been serviced and gotten a new battery!
Thursday was the dentist. He really is such a nice guy and it went better than I could have ever expected. No cavities. Teeth cleaner than he expected after 3 1/2 years. He fixed the tooth without even using novocaine and all I needed to do was make an appointment for a cleaning--whew! Happy dance!
Afterwards Leah brought me over to the walk-in clinic so I could get my ears cleaned. I have never had that done in all my 70 years and thought it might be why I am having more trouble hearing. Nope. Both clean as can be. Just losing my hearing...which runs in the family, so no surprise. Now I know for sure.
Friday I went over to watch the boys again while they picked up the Leaf. Turned out it was a bad brand new battery! Under warranty, so that was cool! Dagan is all vaccinated so he plans to start going back to the office this week.
I kind of hit a wall by Friday. Got home and slept from 7:30-11pm. Slept a lot all weekend.
Sunday I had planned to go over for my usual weekend visit but I was really dragging...so they all came over here for a short visit!!
Liam probably doesn't remember being here at all, but he was very excited to see Gramma's place. So nice that I am accepted into his family now and get enthusiastic hugs and all the trimmings. ;)
Ian remembered the gate-fold table right away. He remembered how it opened and immediately wanted to sit down and do an art project. He didn't remember where his bookcase was, but he automatically equated being here with doing art stuff--LOL! (That definitely pleased Gramma, of course.) Ian did cut up some cardboard while he was here.
Been going on a year and a half since Ian's been here and probably longer for Liam. Goodness! That's a really long time for little ones to remember.
They found the 3M box with Mom's jewelry. (My brother worked at 3M till he retired.) They were fascinated by all those clunky necklaces. Liam took one home and Ian took two (one made a good crown). Ian is looking forward to Gramma Days again once school is out. (Me, too!)
We have had snow off and on.