Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Don't rain on my picnic -- MidWeek Blues -- Other good and bad
But it did rain regardless of the perennial request for a cool sun shine type day for the annual 'Picnic in the Park' for our subdivision. These people were sitting behind us. Since we were drinking Diet Cokes when we came up there wasn't an offer of wine from them.
This might look like baptizing in the pond but instead it is a 'soap-em-good slide' rigged up for the kids to have fun.
There was also face painting and other games for the kids. The adults talked.
It doesn't look like the rain bothered these guys, does it?
Baby KP was listening to one of PapaJ's jokes. Isn't she growing fast!
Do you think she believed me? Yes, I have to be careful, my grandkids believe every word I say. Once in a while I tell them I am joking.
We have had KP here since last night, she spent the night with us and all day today. Tonight we three will meet Billy for him to take her on home. She is a very pleasant baby. I think it runs in the family, I was nicknamed 'Smiley Jim' and 'Grinny' by my grandpa and and then the endearing (not) opposite of smiling in high school.
Saturday night I cut my hand. This doesn't look like a very big cut but I did go to the urgent care clinic at our health provider.
The doctor said I should have gone to the ER Saturday night as stitches would have been good for it. Since I didn't he put some of his magic skin glue in the crevice.
It is healing fairly nicely and the glue plug has come out. How did it happen? I was trying to catch a falling glass bowl from falling onto the floor. I stopped it between my hand and the dishwasher. The stop was okay but the dish broke into several pieces and one stabbed me in the finger joint.
We didn't know at the time, but our ER was in drive-by status Saturday night. It was overcrowded with flu patients. One of the reasons I didn't go then was because I didn't want to get sick by catching something from all of the 'sick persons.'
I was right.
If you want to post a MidWeek Blues picture, go get directions from Rebecca by clicking on the logo here. She has a Mr. Linky and good directions . Just do what I did.
Good choice in not going to the clinic to mingle with the coughers and hackers.
The picnic is a good idea. Sorry about no wine. Take your own is the lesson eh?
Hope your blues has turned into smiles.
Mine did when I saw baby KP.
She's a ray of sunshine and a rare beauty.
How lucky you are to get to keep her for an overnight sleep. How lucky she is who has such nice grandparents.
Next time you go for a wet picnic; bring your own tempting wine, or a silver-flask with some comfort-drops in it.
Adi is a bell posing with the flowers, one can't tell she's feeling uncomfortable.
You've trained your favorite model well.
Hope your ring finger is recovering well.
You sure have an adorable granddaughter! What a sweetie... And that slip and slide looks like a blast.
Glad to hear your finger is getting better... and I totally agree with you... stay away from the sickies!
Hope Adi isn't jealous.
Too bad you had rain for the fun day, but looks like everyone had fun anyway!
Hope the finger heals well Jim.
Sorry you got hurt cutting your hand... I'm glad that you made it to the doctor for some repairs.... I don't think I would have gone to the ER for a little cut like that. It would have been worse for you to go catch the flu.
You've had a little of everything going on I see.
Were those folks drowning their blues because it rained. LOL
The soap slide looks like so much fun if I were younger.
Baby KP is a beauty - such a sweet beautiful face and yes, she is growing. My mouth dropped at how grown she's looking.
Take care of that cut. I don't blame you for staying away from the ER. It's the first place to catch something.
Missed you for RT.
Looks like everyone had a good time despite the rain. A picnic without wine is not a picnic. For winos, that is. Like me. lol
not my kinda day for a picnic but i bet you all had fun specially the wine drinker.. Ouchhhhh thats a nasty cut youhave on your finger..
By the way I still cant read small print have to read using a magnify glass. for a few more weeks hopefully after the 15th things will start to be a lot clearer
your granddaughter is beautiful and
growing so quickly. I hope your hand is healing well Jim.
Glad you liked the blonde jokes. Not sure about the organist, she was old and naive, so may not have been blonde. Surely you can come up with a cowboy poem - riding to school and
where the horse waited to take you home. It could work out well.
Mike, who prunes fruit trees and later picks the fruit is between
jobs so I try to give him a few
He happened to be here the very day that Daylight Savings came in
and they will stay that way until about March I think. I don't think
I could get on a chair or ladder these days, so no worries there.
Take good care my friend and try for the poem. Regards, Merle.
WV (this one is for Miss Terry) = snono