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Yup, it's Monday and for me it begins with Makenna - luckily I was asleep when she was dropped off this morning so she fell asleep. Usually she stays awake and is a ball of energy from the time she gets here until bedtime.

I had a really good day yesterday catching up with my niece Diana from Tucson. I moved to Phoenix when she was young so it seems like funerals and facebook have really been our only connection. We're really not that far from each other, but we hate driving from Phoenix to Tucson and vice versa. But we're both going to work on all of the family getting together more often. I'm lucky if I see my sisters and brother a couple times a year - that needs to change.

Speaking of family and facebook - if you're not my friend on facebook you don't know that 2 of my granddaughters made the cheer squad at their middle school - really proud of them. Also, one of my grandsons tried out for the basketball team at his school. He's in second grade and tried out against 4th, 5th and 6th graders. He didn't make the team - I told him that he has plenty of time to make it. He said, "I know, but I wanted to be a legend at my school - the first second grader to make the team."  LOVE IT!!!                                      

Congratulations to all my grandchildren for being awesome!

Time to get some work done around the house before Makenna wakes up. We're going to paint the interior so I need to get all of my crosses off of the wall in the foyer. Make it a great Monday!!!

When you drink the water, remember the spring. 
Chinese Proverb


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