Our youngest Grand, Ava Grace had a lead role in the Prestonwood Baptist Church's Children's Musical, "Spend Awhile on the Nile" last week. THIS is the Facebook LINK to one of her solos. We weren't able to be there, but from all reports, she did SUPER. I love her sweet voice and expressive face.
I learned from a hand specialist that I have very bad arthritis in my thumb joints that are forcing the joint out of place and causing a great deal of pain and discomfort 24/7. The good news is the carpal tunnel is not real bad. The better news is that there are things we can do to help take care of the problem and save surgery as a very last resort. Or never!
2. Have you ever had a now or never moment? Elaborate.
I'm sure there have been times when a split second decision - do or die - was called for, but I really can't think of anything right now.
3. April 25th is National Telephone Day. Do you still have a land line or have you gone mobile only? When you receive a text message do you respond immediately? Last time you turned your phone off? In two or three sentences share with us a story/memory/incident from your childhood (or something current if that's too hard) where the telephone is featured.
We only have mobile phones.
If I am able to respond immediately, I do so.
I turn it off periodically to re-boot.
This a picture of the first phone I remember us having.
"Wake up call". That horribly sounding alarm goes off at 5:30 every weekday morning and always interrupts the best sleep I've had all night. This is the wake up; get up; get dressed; get to the gym call.
5. What subject do you wish you'd paid more attention to in school?
Both my parents and my teachers wished at the time I was paying more attention to all my subjects. There were boys, sports, friends, boys, the outdoors, boys, that just seemed far more interesting to me at the time. However, having paid more attention especially in English class would have been a smart thing to have done.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Blogging will be put on hold for the next couple of weeks while we travel. In the meantime, think on these things.