The Stream is rather shallow this am but let's see what is swimming around in Nana's mind.
1. It seems spring has finally sprung here. The snowball bushes are blooming along with the dogwoods and azaleas. I will not be surprised if we have one more cold snap before it gets truly hot. I have worked in my closet a bit but Nana has left a few long sleeved shirts hanging within reach.
2. With Spring comes doing some fixits around the house. I need to do some touch up paint to the front porch and just general cleaning out there. We need to get some mulch for the flower beds.....hoping Landon can help Grandpa with that chore.
3. Landon had his first soccer game of the season. They won 10 to zero. It was rather sad as the other team had much smaller and younger players. Their coach also screamed, and I mean SCREAMED at them the whole game. What child would even want to play when the coach is so over the top. I heard one little girl say, I was doing my best. I wanted to go and give her a Nana hug. Bless her heart.
4. We are going to Ben and Katy's on Saturday for Baylor's belated birthday party. I dread seeing their neighborhood after it was ravaged by the tornado. Such is life in the south, however. While we are tornado aware we are always wary.
5. I have continued reading the Miss Read books. Thrush Green is my favorite neighborhood in this particular series. Marvin and I are watching Shitzel again. It is our "story". We have gotten quite attached to our friends in Jerusalem. The baby girl on the show is named Devorah but they call her Devorahlea.( Devorala) I think I will call my friend, Deborah that!! It is a loving diminutive for Devorah( Deborah).
6. Okay, Jeopardy fans...who is your favorite guest host? The Jeopardy producer...I cannot think of his name, was my favorite but Aaron Rogers is growing on me. He wins hands down in the looks department. He is the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers and he is engaged to one of my favorite actresses, Shailene Woodley. You may remember her from Divergent and The Fault in our Stars. If I ever need a good cry, I watch Steel Magnolias or The Fault in our Stars. Honestly, every time Sally Field does the monologue in the cemetery I am weeping right along with her. My cry point in the Fault in our Stars comes when Hazel Grace gets the phone call that Gus has died. When I saw that movie in the theater I had some personal issues going on at the same time and it was all I could do not to break down completely. Sometimes a good cry is good for what ails you.
Have a good day friends.