June 1, 2017
The first thing on my Official Blogging Agenda today is to let you know that we got the heart monitor results back yesterday. I went with Sarah to the appointment and as we left the building, I couldn’t resist getting a picture of our two vehicles hanging out together such in a congenial manner. (She had driven separately from work.)
I was reminded of how many times over the past few years we have come out of our family doctor’s office with various worrisome things to contemplate and I was thankful for all the times those worrisome things turned out okay.
Thankfully, this seems to be another one of those times. Sarah’s heart monitoring tests showed that there doesn’t appear to be anything too terribly worrying going on. She’s supposed to continue to track the times she has her occasional rapid heart beats and let her doctor know if anything gets worse or changes. She did have some skipped beats show up, but at this point, nothing more serious than that.
In two weeks, we will go to Virginia Beach to meet with a G.I. doctor for some other issues but so far, so good.
Steve found some matching t-shirts online that he wanted us to wear to his birthday party. Unfortunately, they didn’t arrive in time but I had to share them with you anyway. They made me smile.
This is Steve’s . . .
And this is mine. Isn’t that sentiment so very dear?
I am continuing to work a few hours a week at the daycare/preschool owned by a woman in our church. Each day I go into work, I am put with a different age group ranging from birth to 4-year olds. My favorite group is the babies because there is nothing sweeter on earth than holding a sleeping baby
Those sweet feet! Be still my heart.
In the next couple of weeks I have to do 10-12 hours of online training and take a CPR/First Aid Class as well as a SIDS class. It’s interesting to learn something completely new and different from my usual realm of knowledge.
Steve made these sunglasses for the pilot of his radio controlled airplane. Do you want to take a guess as to which common household item he made them out of?
If you guessed the lid of a disposable food container you are absolutely right!
When the pilot came out of the box he didn’t have a Van Dyke so Steve added that.
He then created the sunglasses and also made a microphone. He is definitely gifted in the creativity department.
I share with you a lot of pictures of the grandkids but I wanted to share this recent photo of the grandkid’s parents.
Love these two!
On Memorial Day, I spent several hours cleaning the house which it desperately needed. (Trust me on this.)
It’s always such a great feeling to walk into a newly cleaned and dusted room. In fact it was such a great feeling, I decided to share the feeling with you. Ahhh . . .
As always, thanks for stopping by and being such a special part of the Smithellaneous community.
Thrift stores, fuzzy socks
and conversing with my Yorkie
are all on the list of things I love.