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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Six Word Saturday: Many, Many Thanks...

Thank you for the good wishes...

Thank you to everyone for all your kind phone calls and emails in regards to my sore back.  It has been a long four days and I am HOUSE BOUND!!  My honey is taking me out to dinner to get out...RAIN OR SHINE...looks like another storm is coming in...

7 comments:

That corgi :) said...

hope you enjoyed your evening out Donna!! I do believe we are sending all our storms your way.

betty

DJan said...

I am sure hoping it will be better soon. This has to stop, Donna! I am insisting that you stop getting hurt so you can play without pain. I'm sending you plenty of good thoughts, hoping that you'll be all right really soon.

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

i hope your evening out was great. we have rain on the horizon today and possibly colder weather headed our way. would really like to think this winter is over but i fear that is not the case.

hoping your back is much much better. mine is wicked sore (i even went to chiropractor on friday AND got a 15 minute massage).

Kass said...

My six-word SUNDAY:
Snow, snow, snow, snow, snow, snow.

Chatty Crone said...

Hope you are feeling better and had a nice dinner out.

sandie

JeannetteLS said...

Yeah, we are getting another storm HERE tomorrow morning (MOnday.) It's ALL YOUR FAULT. Oh, I feel so much better when I can blame someone for SOMETHING.

A propos of nothing at all, one of my friends and I used to call my mom when it rained and we wanted to go to the beach, during college summers. G would call her and go, "Mommy JEAN. Jetty and I wanted to get our tans and it is RAINING."

She would say, "Oh, honey. I am so very sorry. I didn't mean to ruin your day."

G would reply, "It's okay. I love you anyway, but please don't do this again."

Now that she is gone, we have trained her daughter Claire, when something silly goes wrong that others think is no one's fault, BLAME JEANNETTE'S MOM. I can hear her now, laughing and apologizing.

Okay, so I guess the storm is HER fault, not yours.

Hoping every day makes you feel a bit better, Donna. See? I hunt you down wherever you write.

Madame DeFarge said...

Hope you had a good evening out and that your back is still in one piece.