This week has been cold and nasty. Today we are getting some much needed rain. A few days ago one of our friends said " well I think summer is over".
It can't be over. I want to go to the lake and float in an inner tube. I want to go walk on the beach and watch my children boogie board. I want to cook hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill.
I guess I will have to face reality. Summer is over. It has cooled down. We have gotten out the sweaters. It is very overcast, and I am not happy.
Could it be that summer is over?
I still have not found that passport. I have printed off the forms to send to the state department. I just cannot believe that the passport just grew legs and walked away.
We have another snitch in the house. I guess I should explain it. I introduced two marines and now they want to get married. Someone called his command and said that he was with a much lower ranking person. Yes according to the marine corps that is a bad thing. I never in a million years would have thought that someone in this house would have done something so mean. This marines could lose all of his security clearances and go to the brig.
Someone that has been to our house is a snitch and darn right mean. I will find this person and after I am done beating the shit out of them I will let everyone else have a turn at them.
I have managed to get one of the kittens on solid food. So that is one down and one to go. I just love raising these little ones.
Today I have to go get Ryan a new pair of shoes and do some other shopping. I think I am going to put hot cocoa on my list of things to buy. Last night I was so cold and I just wanted a nice warm mug of cocoa.
I should also go turn on the heater and burn all of the dust out of it. I hate the smell of the furnace when it is first turned on.
Well I better get busy and get back to reality. I can go take the inner tube out out of the trunk of the car and get it put away until next year. I will need to grab a quilt and put it in the car.
I guess I should be thankful that I do not live where it snows. I would never make it. That sounds very strange coming from a gal that grew up in Chicago!