Monday, June 2, 2014

WHAT?



I ran out of gas today ~ and I wasn't even driving a car.  I think the packing finally caught up with me. ~ My brain can't think of anything write or clever to share, so I'll share a favorite card I received for my Birthday last month. 

This is what happens to me all the time..  those silly hearing aids!!!!  HaHa

Going to bed real early tonight...recharge my batteries and be ready for some more packing tomorrow.

23 comments:

  1. That card is hilarious! Rest! That's the great thing about work...it just waits there patiently for you! haha.

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    1. Its fun to be at the age you can find the funniest cards for friends. I'm always on the look out for a funny "senior moment" card. I loved this one.

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  2. Thinking of you, sweet Wanda! I hope you wake up in the morning feeling refreshed :) Hugs and blessings!

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    1. Thanks Stephanie ~I did wake up this morning refreshed. God is good, sleep is precious, and a new day of promise.

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  3. Oh, what a funny little quip! You take it slow my friend. If I were closer I'd pop over to help! :)

    XO,
    Jane

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    1. Yep, I going to put it on "slow" today. Thanks for the offer...

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  4. That's how I frequently feel -- my brain is on overload, or overfull! That's how I can identify with my computer, only I'm 'out-of-friends' with computers right now. My screen is blank!

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    1. Is it that new Windows 8 that messing with your brain?

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  5. I love the card! Yes, packing can be tiring, it is the constant decision making too that is hard on the brain, all that deciding and remembering is actually very hard work. You should definitely try and take some time out and do some relaxing in between times! You don't want to be too exhausted to enjoy your new home when you get there Wanda!! xx

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    1. Will take a little time off from packing, as we need to get a new white shirt and nice tie for my dearest to wear as he officiates our granddaughter's wedding the 14th. Shopping will be a change of pace.

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  6. LOL!
    Moving/packing sure can tire you. Hope you slept well and feel refreshed today.

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    1. I did sleep well last night, and ready for this new day. This is the day the Lord has made, and I will rejoice and be glad in it!!

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  7. I was a late joiner of your blog. Are you moving? Hope you enjoyed your birthday whenever it was and are recharged for today!
    Deb

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    1. So glad you are stopping by. I love meeting new friends, and will pop over and visit you soon. Yes the house we have rented for 6 years in being sold, and we are planning to move into a Senior Complex. Looking forward to a new chapter in our lives.

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  8. We all run out of gas sometimes....hope you slept good and are back at 100%. LOVE the card, thanks for the laff. :-)

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    1. I loved the card too. Gotta keep a sense of humor, and you know that especially now with all that is going on in your life. Think of you often.

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  9. This made me laugh:) I'm partially deaf in both ears so this is halarious to me!

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  10. We are in the same boat, and that's why it was so funny to me too. I am always thinking I hear something that turns out to be completely different. HaHa... Glad you got a laugh!

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  11. I loved finding this one on Facebook this morning. Too funny!

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    1. I needed a laugh this morning!

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  12. Haha, I love it, Wanda. Geeat card. So, when's teh move? Maybe you wil ahve a wee bit more room to do your art where you won;t have to stand? Unless, of course, you like doing it that way now...even your new shoes! :)

    So glad the housing situ worked out for you both. Hoping and praying it all goes well for you and this will be a warm abode for you and the family.

    My son, michael, is in LA right now. Aren't you near there? Hee, maybe he could swing by on his way up north. he's a lovely young man. A true gentleman. he wants to be a missionary.

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