and it feels so good!
Roger is retired, his computer is set up, he's loading his programs and we lost total track of time yesterday as we were in the computer room yesterday, me working and him getting set up. The.dachsies.were.not.pleased as THEIR schedule was interrupted and they missed out on their 4 p.m. vanilla wafer snack. Plus we're still shuffing furniture around so they do not have an established place for their bed yet.
But we're gonna hit our groove and the new schedule will be established.
In other news...
Cards got rained out on Opening Day and made it up yesterday where they LOST! For the record, Opening Day loss can't be blamed on me this year. But they'd better get it together as I do have tickets for the family on 4th of July to watch the rivaling Chicago Cubs battle it out with the Cards. Plus the city does fireworks at the Arch so we'll get to see it all.
NO ONE wowed me on Idol last night...I'm not seeing anyone as THE American Idol so far.
Upcoming Events...we're road tripping to Ft. Campbell, KY(2 hours away) on Saturday to get Michael his Class A uniform for his commissioning ceremony in May. Since we are coming in from out of state, they're going to alter it and sew on all the braid/patches/whatever while we are there. Gives me a lot of time for shopping at the PX...AND if the Lord's willin' and the creeks don't rise, Roger and I are having lunch with Peach as she traverses through to see her family hopefully on Sunday.
Thanks to everyone who has/is going to Help Chevy Help Autism by going to the site(see yesterday's post) and thanks to all who sent Roger birthday wishes. He was THRILLED! I told him now he could have a blog...he didn't jump and down at the thought of it but we'll see...
And on that note, it's time to go to work. My partner in crime is already at his desk.
Hallie, I brought the music back! Had to change it yesterday to go with my post(you KNOW how OCDI am!)
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