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Thursday
Jun252009

back to the real world

It's been a long time since I last posted.  Here's a quick synopsis...

We had a great rest of the week at the beach.  There was lots of laughter, to the point of crying at times, lots of good eating, lots of fun in the sun & water, etc.  No blood or toe nails were lost this year (YAY!)!

But like the saying goes, all good things must come to a screeching halt when vacation is over. The last day of vacation is the worst.  Packing up all your stuff, loading the car and then the painfully long ride home.  However, when I got home I was immediately over the whole vacation thing when my hubby and my dogs greeted me at the door.

My nephew, Adam, returned home with me like he's done in years past.  I always enjoy having him stay the 2nd week at the beach and so does my family.  He contributed a lot to the excessive laughing!

He went home Tuesday evening.  This meant I had to get seriously back into gear with my errands and house cleaning on Wednesday. YUCK!  But after not being home for 2 weeks, the house is in desperate need of cleaning!  We have house guests coming July 2 -- don't want them to think we're slobs!

Long time friend, George, and his wife, Carol, are coming into town for a short visit.  On Friday, David will be taking them to the river.  I plan on going ahead of them on the 1st with the dogs.  David has arranged for us to take a guided float / fishing trip down the river on July 4th.  Not really sure about this...I don't fish.

Well, so much for a "quick" synopsis!  I'm out of here for now, but I'll keep you posted on what's cookin'...

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