Thank you for all of the advice yesterday on a Farmers Market
book signing vs. getting a Kindle Fire. I really appreciated everything you had to say. It was a difficult decision but I decided to get the Kindle, ahem, I mean I decided to “wish” for a Kindle for Mother’s Day. Hopefully that works out for me. And I will continue to look for “free” venues where I can sell my book or hand out fliers. I have one really good idea in mind already.
So the next question is (from my husband) where is the best place
to buy a Kindle Fire? (Yeah me, I’m getting a Kindle Fire!) ((I
What are you “wishing for” or buying for your significant other
for Mother’s Day?
Thankfully I sleep soundly and have no problems dozing off at
night. But when I am woke from a deep sleep it’s usually with a jerk and a jolt as it frightens me. My daughter is the scariest person to wake up to in the night. She likes to wear long nightgowns and has long hair that often covers her face when she wakes up. Sauntering over to the bed with her sleepy gate makes it look even worse. Have you ever seen the movie The Ring? It’s exactly like that. Last night it was worse though as after she woke me (at midnight) she just stood looking down at me, like a character from Paranormal Activity. I wondered how
many hours she had been standing there. She then slowly put both hands over her mouth and mumbled, “I don’t feel well.” I feared the worst. She was going to projectile vomit all over me in my bed (Exorcist). In true horror movie style the only word I could muster up was, “Run!”
And run she did but didn’t quite make it to the bathroom in time.
I’m not a morning person which definitely makes me an even worse midnight person so cleaning up vomit when I was half awake was not something I looked forward to doing. I went to the kitchen to get some cleaning supplies but when I returned the vomit was gone. Much to my horror our dog had eaten it! So I had a living nightmare of sorts last night.
My daughter is doing better this morning but didn’t want to get
dressed or comb her hair when we took her brother to school. We pulled up to the school and as he was getting his backpack on two little girls were walking past. They stopped and looked in the direction of my daughter who was in true “Ring” disguise with most of her wild hair covering her face. Alarmed by what they had seen they jogged quickly to the door of the school with panicked looks on their faces. We laughed all the way home.
Joke of the Day:
A pile of vomit walks into a bar, very sad and sobbing uncontrollably. The bartender asks, "What's the matter with you?"
The vomit says, "Sorry to be all sentimental, but this is the place where I was brought up."
Now get out there and have a wonderful day!