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MilSpouse Friday Fill-in #57

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Friday, September 9, 2011

MilSpouse Friday Fill-in #57


I haven't done too much blogging this past week, things were crazy with Dave having a medical procedure last Friday.  Then we were stuck in the house for 3 days straight as tropical storm conditions and tornado warnings dominated the Florida Panhandle.  It was challenging keeping the kids entertained, but we came through it just fine and are now greeted with low temperatures in the upper 50s!  It's been nice to open up the house....

I was happy to catch up on my Handmade Afghans to Thank Our Armed Forces Project work over the weekend, too.

I get the rectangles sent to me with the design plan and I assemble them into twin-bed sized afghans.  They're then shipped to military hospitals worldwide.

1. My plans for Labor Day included renting a giant inflatable slip n slide for a unit BBQ at our house, but what really happened was we were inundated by a foot of rain and tropical storm force winds all weekend as Tropical Storm Lee made landfall just west of us over the weekend.

2. Call me crazy, but sometimes I just need to just sit and play some Bejeweled Blitz on Facebook.  I'm so addicted to that game.  It's all my sister's fault, she was always my #1 challenge since 2008 or so.

3. One of the funniest things I’ve seen lately is an older episode of Fox's Family Guy, a show that I love (perhaps that's a better answer to #2?).  The Emmy-winning episode is titled "Road to the Multiverse".  Stewie (baby) and Brian (the dog) invent a machine that takes them to assorted parallel universes.  It was incredibly clever and creative.  In fact, there's 3-4 minutes where the Family Guy characters were all drawn like Disney animation.

4. It’s strange, but folding laundry drives me crazy while vacuuming is perfectly fine with me!  I will vacuum 4-5x per week, but unfolded laundry will sit for nearly a week while I do all the other housework first.

5. One, two, buckle my shoe… three, four _open that door!  In the wake of Tropical Storm Lee, I can happily open up my house and turn off the air conditioner for the first time in about 10 weeks!  It's magnificent!

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1 Comments:

At Friday, September 9, 2011 at 8:48:00 PM CDT , Blogger Shari said...

What a gorgeous quilt, and a wonderful idea too. Having spent about six weeks total in several military hospitals, I can attest to the need for anything to make the patients more comfortable and at home.

We've had some crazy weather lately, that's for sure! Glad y'all were able to finally get out & about some. :-)

 

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