Originally Posted by sourland
Good morning, everyone. Play was great, NFC. Wish everyone lived close enough that you could see it. It may be the best role she has ever played in a great ensemble cast. I did not like the movie production of "August: Osage County", but this is far better.
Well of course it is! The movie didn't have a Princess, right? .
I'm glad things went well for her. Getting up in front of a bunch of folks is something I try to avoid at all costs, so I'm always impressed when someone else is good at it.
JWB--that's a lot of butchering! Good for you--I'll bet it's much, much quieter. And way less feed, those roosters are great big freeloaders and eat a ton.
Someone please please tell me I'm not the only one who hates costume or dress-up days/weeks at work . This week the office staff is going to have fun and we get to dress up in pajamas, Hawaiian, 50's, sports team, and costume of choice. For me, this is anything but fun. I don't have anything appropriate for any of those themes. I have jeans and sweats, and I have some nice work clothes. Gee, didn't think to pick up any Hawaiian shirts when I was work shopping.....grrrr. I have one long sleeved flannel nightgown I may wear into work, but I'll have to take something else to change into cause our office runs a good 75 degrees during the day. Yep, flannel and longsleves have a temperature expiration, and it's way less than 75. Plus, it's what I wear in the mornings to go tend the chickens before I get dressed in my work clothes, and I'm pretty sure there's pieces of hay stuck to it . That'll give me the itchyscratchies for sure. For the other days, I have no idea. I'm frugal enough I'm not going to go spend money, and honestly I don't even want to go check Good will or something like that. I've already spent time and money getting clothes for work...this is stressing me out.
Anyway, besides the whining, things are going well. Both the oldest boys are working at McDonalds now, so that's a nice change. We're still trying to work out schedules and chores and things and stuff, but it's a good life