I Can Take a Hint

Blogger has a ghost in the machine. I wrote a post, wasn’t sure I wanted to actually “publish” it, and poof! My internet connection died. It came right back, but when I tried to spell check the post, Blogger ate it.

So, you’ll get the short version, as I need to get back to cleaning and such, so that I can relax and enjoy Anne and her mom in a few short hours!

I realized this afternoon that my dislike of orange and purple could be related to the fact that both were school colors of mine, although I am happy to report, not at the same time. Orange and black were my Junior High’s school colors, and purple and gold were my college’s colors. I hated both combinations, while in between, loving the red and grey of high school. Go figure.

And that’s all of my ponderings you get, because I still have to wash the sheets for Anne’s room, and then some. The brave gal is going to bunk in my stepson’s room, as he won’t be using it this summer. Pout. He’s growing up and has his first summer job!

5 comments on “I Can Take a Hint

  1. Sue J. says:

    Have a great time, everyone! I’ll be thinking of you.

  2. Michelle says:

    Oooh I’m jealous! Have a fun week with Anne and her mom! Yarn crawls and knitting… sounds delectable!

    oh.. and that first summer job… I remember mine vividly! and fondly! šŸ™‚ I worked in an ice cream shop and picked veggies for the local farm store… both were fun and gave me tons of $$ for a kid of my age (plus who can complain about free strawberries and free ice cream!)

  3. Bubblesknits says:

    My first job was a cashier at a little grocery store. I remember thinking “Wow! I’m rich!” LOL Those were the days, weren’t they?

  4. Bubblesknits says:

    Oh, by the way, tell Anne I said, “Hey!” when she gets there! Y’all have fun!

  5. Devonshire says:

    First jobs….Mine was Burger King at 14 and no I didn’t not have to ask if they wanted fries with that. I worked the drive through mostly and it was a blast. Have fun with Anne and Ingrid and happy yarn hunting!!!

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