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Saturday, 1/24/15

Saturday, January 24, 2015

We had a fun evening last night with the "20 something" group from church. Seven of them showed up for supper (we bbq'd hamburgers and hot dogs) and then we played games for a couple of hours. They had brought some and it was fun playing some new games we'd never seen before. I was thankful Maegann was comfortable with them and stayed in the middle of it all. Nice seeing her begin to trust a little bit at a time!

This morning I started the day with my usual errands to pick up our Bountiful Basket and some odds and ends. I even went by the store and bought a couple new tops for spring/summer. Weather is turning a little warmer so long sleeves are sometimes too warm now and most of my short sleeved "go to's" are so old and worn. Later we had Isaac's basketball game and it was obvious they were mismatched. Score was 56-6, but bless their hearts...they never quit trying. A player from the other team told me they have been together for a long time and it looked like it. Isaac...well...he woke up totally unfocused and he played that way. His anger/frustration has been on the edge all day.

This afternoon I was able to get the finances updated and things as ready as I could for co-op on Monday. That allows me time to play so I'm Sparking and watching a show on Netflix.

Tomorrow...worship and that's all. Yeah!
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    What did you think of the coconut?
    1824 days ago
    Glad that the get-together Friday night was fun. Sounds like yesterday went smoothly. Enjoy your quiet Sunday!
    1826 days ago
    I can't wait for it to get warmer here!
    1826 days ago
    While Isaac's team didn't win, it is good they kept on trying. It seems sad that Isaac is so at the mercy of his moods. Of course, it is unfortunate for others too.
    1826 days ago
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