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Ypsilanti, MI, United States
I have been happily married for 40 years. My husband retired from GM after working there for 36 years. He is now working part-time at a local GM dealership as a shuttle driver. It is the perfect job for him. He doesn't mind driving and for sure he doesn't mind talking. I have enjoyed rubber stamping for about 10 years. I can tell you that I do not do scrapbooking just cardmaking. I love it. I retired from the University of Michigan in 1997 after working there for 30 years. Most of the time I worked in the Mathematics Dept. At this point, you can say I wonder how she liked it. My mom told me if I couldn't say something nice to someone don't say anything at all. I will comply and not go into a huge dissertation about how awful my bosses were during that period. I did like my office mate, Dee Hudock. We worked very well together. I can also say for the most part I liked the professors. I have two grown children and 3 grandchildren. I am totally addicted to FB and all the games I play there.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Hectic

It is hard to believe that we get so busy. I wonder sometimes how in the world we found time to work! We had our grandgirls for an overnight on Friday. Our Lilli had a hard time going to sleep. She missed her mom a lot I guess. Saturday Dennis took them to the Children's Concert series at the DSO. I guess they had a good time. When they got home from that, I took them to lunch and then to get manicures. It is always fun watching them and seeing what color polish they will choose.

We hit a jackpot week - NO Dr. Appts. That is a rarity for us. It seems like one of us is always going to the doctor or dentist.

Dennis is out golfing today although it is chilly. It is 1:30 and it is only 55. This past week-end it was over 80. I guess it is just the crazy Michigan weather.

I have been busy making cards. If I can figure out how to get them to my blog I will do a slide show of them. No other news from here. Back to my passion!

1 comment:

stephanie garcia said...

A children's concert series sounds SO nice. Sometimes I miss those perks of life in the USA, the great opportunities for kids. I'm glad you could make some special memories with your grandbabies!