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A Perfect Start To The Weekend

I woke up with a huge headache, I think it's allergies, the pollen is so thick over here, you can see it blowing on the ground like white feathers. I decided to have a lay in and enjoy coffee in bed and watch a movie, I channel surfed my way until stopping at the beginning of Poseidon . What a downer that movie is . In the first fifteen minutes shows the cruise liner getting hit by a huge wave and people dying within the sinking ship , I felt the movie was a Debbie Downer so I channel surfed on to another movie channel on HBO , Stopping on the holiday, Ive seen it a million times, but I like it , so I watch the last thirty minutes I then decide none of these movies are satisfying me so I play one of my own movies, Mama Mia! I never tire of the movie. Three cups of coffee, Mama Mia! A piece of last nights pi zza , Slumming it until a bit past noon . Now that is a great way to start an Easter weekend! No traveling, no last minute shopping, no big meal to fix. I am walking across the street to my daughters house and she will be in charge this year of our Easter celebration. I love that part of having grown children. I am no longer the labor. I can sit and enjoy my grands.


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scheng1 wrote on April 4, 2015, 10:18 PM

I would put on a face mask to avoid taking in all the pollen.

wolfgirl569 wrote on April 4, 2015, 10:49 PM

Sounds like it turned into a good day at least.

luisga814 wrote on April 5, 2015, 3:16 AM

I hope so that upon reading my comment you are now taking a medicine and take a rest for a while. Have a lucky day.

Hollyhocks100 wrote on April 5, 2015, 5:36 AM

Apart from the allergies and headache , this sounds like a perfect day, good for you emoticon :smile:

xstitcher wrote on April 18, 2015, 1:46 PM

I've been having trouble with my allergies too.
I live with my mother, who's seventy and has a lot more aches and pains than I do. I'm glad I can help her out with things.