I had a nice weekend. Saturday we drove to the Bronx for a funeral. It sounds odd to write this but it was a nice service. She passed away a few months ago in Florida. The service was up here so everybody could attend and celebrate her life. It felt good to go to church.
Saturday night we went to a party! I had a great time. I met some new people and didn’t make an ass out of myself. Always a plus.
Sunday Cara and I walked Iggy. He’s getting better at going for walks.
That said, sometimes he just lays down. It’s like he’s doing some type of protest. I don’t know what he’s protesting…free room and board?
Good weekend. Have a great day!
Wow, only one post this week? What have I been doing? I don’t know. Hey, it’s puppy cut day!
Iggy is getting his fur cut! His hair will become much lighter. It’s kinda sad. But he’s a growing boy. I’m going to get a haircut too.
I feel like a damn hippie!
I’ll have an “after” photo tomorrow. UPDATE and this isn’t a joke. The groomer forgot her shears. No puppy cut.
Have a great weekend!
This weekend Cara and I went to Steubenville to celebrate my nephew’s high school graduation. We had a great time. So proud of Lucas. I can’t believe he’s going to college. I mean, time flies. The flight going was delayed by an hour. It was the loveliest day of the year. So I don’t know how that happens. JetBlue doesn’t fly to the burgh from JFK anymore. So, we had to go to LGA and fly U.S. Airways. I miss JetBlue! Then, at the Pittsburgh airport, Enterprise gave me a Chevy Sonic! What a piece of crap! I asked for a Fiat…she said she didn’t have any. I got to the car and next to my crapmobile, there was a Fiat. You have to laugh. But I was mostly angry.
I did get a grip and let the little things slide. After all, I was there to celebrate Lucas. The party was fun!
Party Friday, garage sales/dinner on Saturday and home Sunday. That’s a full weekend! We had to board our dog, Iggy. I pick him up today. I can’t wait to see him. I miss that guy! Great job, Lucas!
Have a nice day!
Today I’m thinking about my Uncle I never knew.
Someday I’ll make it to Cambridge, England. That’s a promise!