It’s time once again for some Friday fill-in fun, the perfect way to wrap up the week and kick off the weekend!
From Ann of McGuffy’s Reader:
“The Friendly Fill-Ins are four fun and easy statements to complete. Ellen of 15andmeowing provides the first two statements and the final two are offered by myself. We try to make sure they will be fun to both answer and share. On Friday, the linky will be posted at or about 12:00 AM. Please come back, link up, and share your thoughts!”
And away we go! Here are this week’s statements with my fill-ins:
1. I don’t understand why… the Kardashians
is are so popular. I just don’t get the fascination for them. At all.
2. My in-case-of-emergency person is… My husband, of course! He’s the first person that needs to be alerted about an emergency that concerns me so he can come to my rescue, or at the minimum, take care of the kids.
Of course when it comes to the kids, I’m the first person on the ‘in case of emergency’ line, because the hubby rarely has his phone on/charged/with him, so turnaround time would be too long…heh!
That’s also why I myself have a back-up contact on any forms I fill out as well. Better safe than sorry!
3. There is so much… Rain! I know it’s “April Showers” and all, but I’m so ready for some good solid sunny days! And I’m not talking about those combination rainy/sunny days, just sunshine, please!
4. I would be lost without… God, of course, and my family and friends.
Now it’s time to Celebrate the Small Things! I’m joining in this fun blog hop to join some awesome bloggy friends and meet new ones – click on the badge for more information and if you’d like to play along, too!
This week has been a rough week, actually. Last week my dad (who just turned 73) ended up in the ER after having fallen off an 8-foot ladder and broke and dislocated his shoulder.
I can celebrate, however, that his MRI came back clear, the stent that’s keeping control of his previous water on the brain didn’t get dislodged, so he’s been transferred to a rehab facility to recuperate while his shoulder heals and until he gets his strength back.
We’re not sure how long his stay there will ultimately be, though, as one of the doctor’s evaluations did indeed confirm the onset of Dementia, which explains his confusion and hallucinations. Keeping him in your thoughts and prayers would be appreciated!
That’s a wrap! Hope you join in the fun! Check out the other Friendly Fill-Ins participants and join in if you feel the urge for some fun!
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