In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lion
My week started with a migraine and ended with a migraine. I’d hate to think my new glasses that cost several hundred dollars are causing them, but every time I wear them…well, I’ve had way too many migraines lately. Way.
I played a lot of golf. I played 6 out of 11 days (twice with a migraine but I can’t exactly call in sick). I finally said enough golf! If you can believe that. But it’s true.
My sister came to visit. I love to see my sister, but she brings family. This time it was her 14 year old granddaughter and boyfriend, age 16. Way too young to be doing…well, you know.
I laid down the law up front and said, “no hanky-panky in my house,” but that girl pushed the envelope every waking moment! I predict….well, I won’t say what, but when it happens I’ll say I told you so. And with a teenager there is all that drama and egocentric self-absorption. So tedious.
Speaking of teenagers, here is my 15 year-old granddaughter. She is going to her spring formal tonight. She’s lovely and sweet. But I’m not biased, oh no.
Since it’s St. Patrick’s Day, here is a photo of yours truly. But I have to be honest and say this photo was NOT taken in Ireland, it was taken in New Zealand, and it was NOT St. Patty’s Day but just an ordinary day, and it was taken about a dozen years ago. But I happened across it recently.