Tuesday, November 1, 2011

This That and the Other


Theo had a marvelous time at the door last night with around 75 trick or treaters.  By the end of the evening he had been stroked and kissed by many and he strutted around like the handsome fellow he is.  We called him the Halloween Hound.

Baby girl has been downgraded to a regular room and is doing well. After I have finished processing it, I will write about her experience she shared with me about floating above her body while they were intubating her.

Several people where I work have football parties every weekend with lots of food and booze.  This weekend one of the girls had a Halloween themed football party and encouraged people to bring their kids and dress in costume.  One of the guys showed up as a giant penis with two large balls attached to the top of his shoes.  Now I certainly have nothing against giant penises.....hee hee....but who would show up at a family type party like that???  Good grief.

I'm ready to hit the shower, take the worries of my heart to God, feed Mr. Stud Dog and go earn 8 hours pay for 8 hours of work.  This is what God has put before me so far.  The basic - "do what's in front of you" lesson is a great tool for a centered day.

8 comments:

Jess Mistress of Mischief said...

You and your daughters are in my prayers still Pammie!!!

XOXOXO

Mary Christine said...

Oh my goodness... the things people dress up as for halloween...

Glad your precious daughter is doing better.

And thanks for understanding the nature of my malady and recovery (your comment on my blog).

Syd said...

Glad that your daughter is doing well and that Theo had a great time. We did our own tricks and treats here.....

Patty said...

So glad to hear Baby girl is doing better. Theo deserved a night of fun and affection after listening to those tap shoes the other night!

dAAve said...

Glad about the daughter.

Those shoes must have been difficult to walk in.

Annette said...

So glad your girl is on the mend. I look forward to hearing her floating above her body story. I am loving the reminder to do what is in front of me. Thank you!
And thank you for your comment on my blog....I bet though, that you aren't half as happy to have me here as I am to be here getting to read your thoughts. You bless me.

Lou said...

I'm eager to hear sober daughter's story. I have heard a number of stories from people near death at the hospital. So many, in fact, that I have come to regard them as true and holy.

Mary LA said...

Good to get news of your daughter doing well -- and a smooch for the Halloween Hound!