I've been busier than usual at work and have not even had time to visit your blogs and for that I apologize. Things are vewwy vewwy good, but I've been vewwy vewwy busy! I have taken on, once again, more work than I should, and since I am me and all, i feel I must have it all done before I allow myself to go to Denver to visit my son.
Yes, you heard it here...I'm going to Denver to see Wolf for Easter! It will be a quick trip, but well worth it.
I will try to take lots of pictures and maybe even post one or two from there...I know, I know...famous last words.
None-the-less, that's my story and I'm stickin' to it!
Oh, I do have one semi-funny thing to report. At a meeting yesterday I saw a woman I hadn't seen in nearly a year. She took one look at me and said, "you look gaunt, have you been sick?" I laughed and said that I had not been sick, in fact I felt better than I had in years.
When I got home I looked up the word gaunt. According to Dictionary.com it means:
gaunt–adjective, -er, -est.My hope is that she meant 1. extremely thin and bony rather than haggard and drawn or worse yet bleak, desolate or grim...
1. extremely thin and bony; haggard and drawn, as from great hunger, weariness, or torture; emaciated.
2. bleak, desolate, or grim, as places or things: a gaunt, windswept landscape.
And FYI, I am far from thin and bony (although looking at my most recent picture, some might say I am a bit haggard--haha!!).
Hugs and much love to you all, some even more than others (you know who you are).