Well, sort of. You may have noticed a rushed feeling to my posts this week. Much of that is due to a time crunch of the best kind...trying to get ready for vacation. This weekend hubby and I are heading to Disney World. What? You're surprised that a couple old fogies would chose Disney for our get-away? Would it help if I told you we're going with both our sons and daughters-in-law, and all the grandkids?
But first I have to go through that horror of horrors: buying a new swimsuit. Sure, I know some women love to shop for clothes, even swimsuits. They are not overweight grandmothers. Trying to stuff my body into what passes for a swimsuit these days, while standing under painfully harsh lighting in front of a three way mirror is not my idea of a good time. Which is why I've put it off till the last day.
But Disney World has water parks. Two of them. And my grandkids expect me to join them. I do not disappoint my grandkids.
Maybe I can wear a wet suit.
There's still time to get in on the Meet and Greet contest over on Back to Basics. Lots of cool prizes there. Check it out.
I've got a true funny for you. Remember the grandson I hired to do yard work for me (to pay off the glasses he lost at camp)? His contract specified the work had to be done before Disney World. Naturally, he put off getting finished until the last couple days. No problem, it's not like he'd have to work around bad weather or anything in the middle of this terrible dry spell, right? He's here today to finish and guess what's it doing out. Can you say "Gene Kelly"?
You've probably figured out that I will not be posting next week. Look for me again on Hump Day, August 1. Have a great week next week.
And since you haven't had one for a while, here's a
Groaner of the Day:
One day In was out, so she aked Out, "Out, go out and find In. In's out and I want him in. I've been looking for him but I can't find him. Go out and find In and bring him in."
"What?" said Out.
"In's out, Out, so go out and find In and bring him in."
So Out goes out to look for his brother In, and within seconds of leaving, he comes back with In in tow.
His mother asks "Out, how did you find In so quickly?"
(hey, I'm giving you a whole week to get over this one)