Awwww Grace it is great to have your DS home...I am sure that he is very tired and needs the rest. And Happy Anniversary...enjoy your day.
Hope everything is going well with all the AN writers and readers. Working hospice can be such a challenge. It has to be special nurses to work in the speciality, but that is the way that most of our specialities are. I lost both of my parents to cancer and I cant think of doing hospice. If I ever leave corrections, like when I retire I might do diaylasis part time to keep my license current but that might be all.
I had to get an appointment to get my dogs groomed, it is almost harder to get them an appointment than it is to get my hair done. Espeically when we have the weather that we have. I have made two appointments for them. I have one for Sunday but it is supposed to be snowing hard here. On Monday I have made an appointment also in the town where I work. I will take them over on my way to work and leave them with friends and then they will take them in at the appropriate time and then I will pick them up after work. They are looking really scraggly right now.
I ventured out today and worked on my project for my SIL for Christmas. I have a scrapbook that I am working on with old Christmas pictures from when our parents were still around. I am sure that she and my brother will cry but I want to make something that they will keep forever.
Now I am going to go in the kitchen and warm up some tortilla soup. I have to make some tortilla strips first and then warm up the soup. It is really good, can't wait to get to it. Then work on my project again.
We are supposed to get some more snow tomorrow evening and Sunday and then again on Wednesday. So we will have a cold and white Christmas. Happy weekend to all...