Monday, November 10, 2008

Updates

Well I guess I can say goodbye to nablopomo. I forgot what these out of town company weekends are like, plus I haven't had any breaks from the kids because hubby has been either working, at the hospital or helping his Dad on a job. He also went to floor hockey for the first time this week! I was so happy, I have been trying to get him to go and socialize and play for a while now. He works far to much and plays far too little.

Brent's mom is out of critical care and waiting for tests. She will be in the hospital for awhile I guess. We are all fine here at casa de Mighty, no more tummy flu for us! Today was a productive day for us, the kids got their school finished and I got to clean, cook and work on my Christmas gifts while my Dad played with baby Zed. I love having extra hands around.

My mom is also in town, she came and took the Boy out for a birthday date yesterday and bought him new pants. I was so excited about that, because all of his other pants are floods. All my kids are in need of a shopping trip, I don't know what happened, all of a sudden they have drawers full of teensy clothes. It's like they keep growing or something.

Tomorrow is Remembrance Day here in Canada, where we remember all of those who have served in the military, especially those who lost their lives to protect our freedoms. It also means a day off for my hubby. Thank goodness, I miss him.

I will try to catch up on my blog visits tomorrow, hope you are all well.

8 comments:

  1. Glad your mother in law is doing better. And hope you guys have a nice "day off" tomorrow!

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  2. Wow. I tune out for a weekend and things go nuts. Firstly, I'm so glad that your MIL is well. My dad had a heart attack last December, and I remember how scary it is.

    And you know what? I couldn't even make it through week one of NaBloWhatever without skipping a day. Why force it, right?

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  3. I'm keeping you all in my thoughts....

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  4. It's Veteran's Day here. It sounds like your Remembrance Day, where we remember all the members of the military who have served in the military now or in the past. I'm glad you're having a good week.

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  5. So glad your MIL is out of critical condition. Hope she makes a full and speedy recovery.

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  6. I'm so glad to hear she's doing well! And yay on the productive day. I'm sadly in need of one of those....

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  7. Wow, I'm behind here. I'm glad to hear she's doing okay. How scary!

    My thoughts and prayers coming your way!

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  8. Duh moment for me...I didn't know you lived in Canada.

    My kids need clothes too. Luckily they always get some for Christmas.

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