My goodness, today was more hectic and busier than yesterday! I’m not sure how that happened, but it was. First of all, Wyatt was great last night. He slept all through the night and was great this morning. The 3 of us got ready for church. Let me say, it is a challenge for us to get somewhere, but we did it and we were on time!
Last night, my son, Kyle let me know that he and Kara had decided to drive down from Tyler to be able to attend Jaiden’s 8th birthday party today and wanted to know if we wanted to meet them for lunch. Well, we said sure, so after church we go home, change clothes and drive to Baytown to meet them, so we met them at Outback. Guess who I saw there? …Delores Ellis, from the Baytown Quilt guild. Saw them as we were leaving to go to Jaiden’s party. David says that he can’t take me anywhere, I see someone I know wherever I go. I hate to admit it, but it is kind of true.
this is Dylan playing with bugs!
Today was another one of my rodeo shifts, so we left the party early because I had to be in place at 5. One never knows how the traffic will be on a Sunday, so I figured that I needed to leave about 3:45 in order to get parked and to hike across the parking lot to sign in. I got there in good time, so I thought I would browse through one row of vendor exhibits in the center before heading upstairs. So I’m walking along and I stopped at one of the vendors booths that I had bought a necklace from last year and was visiting with her and I look up and I see one of my CHS school buddies, Mary Grota Wallace and another friend, Ruthie. I said hello to them and it was a great surprise. I looked up and it was 5, so off I run. As I’m really trotting to my office, as I’m running down the hall, someone is calling my name. I stopped and looked back, but she was at one end of the hall and the sun was behind her and I could not see her face, but I recognized her voice. I said, Pam?? She said yes! So I run back to her, hug her, then ran to sign in and then ran back to her. Good grief! Pam Marek and her daughter, Heidi Hearn and Heidi’s 12 year old daughter were doing a tabletop set up for 4-H (I think). I took their pictures, hugged them and off I run back to my office.
I did all that just to go and be board stiff in the Hideout. I did not sell one ticket tonight and I was told I could leave at 8. So here I am.
I’m taking a class by Bonnie Hunter (www.quiltville.com) tomorrow through the Baytown guild and I have not done one thing to prepare for it. So I guess I had better get off the computer and get busy.
Guess what, another busy day is on the menu!
I hope your daily threads are good to you, love and hugs,