We were supposed to head back to DC on Friday but it turned bitterly cold and our nephew woke up with a very runny nose. I decided to spend the day getting caught up on work while Richard drove our tow vehicle to the gas station for a fill-up. While there, he noticed that a problem we’d had repaired right before we left had not really been repaired. A part needed to be replaced but the mechanic back home used adhesive instead. To be fair, he hadn’t charged us for the adhesive job but…it didn’t really fix the problem and we’d have preferred to have it get fixed there rather than on the road. Luckily, a local mechanic agreed to fix it for us here same-day. $420. Cha-ching!
My sister made a DELICIOUS lamb dish for dinner and we then all tried to scrape the lamb bones clean with our teeth. Heh… After dinner, we checked the weather. The Winter Storm Watch had been elevated to a Winter Storm Warning. Lovely…
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This week’s Maxism:
After Max had been playing with his little cousin in the toy room for awhile, he yelled, “Mom! He’s making a bubble with his nose!”
Hugs to all!
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