Dang it....I made this committment to do this every Wednesday and here it is almost midnight....but it's not late yet. If you want to join in the click on the picture and Finish the prompts:
1. A typical day in my life… I usually wake up around 6:20 just to make sure that Darian is in the kitchen eating breakfast (he's almost 16 and doesn't need me to hold his hand while he gets ready for school.) He tells me good-bye and I go back to sleep, with one eye open, to make sure Harley gets up at 7:00 and gets herself out the door. She is almost 14 and I sure don't need to help her out (and she wouldn't let me anyway). She leaves the house at 7:45. We are very lucky that the bus picks them up right at our front door. Then I head back to sleep until sometime between 10-11, depending upon when Richard starts to stir. I know that sounds terrible but we are up late (and sometimes a lot) at night. I get him up in the wheelchair and to the table where he goes about brushing his teeth and washing up for breakfast. I fix his breakfast, look around on the computer, take him to the BR and settle him into his chair. Then I shower and half the day is gone. The rest of the afternoon is spent doing what needs done. Like the laundry, dishes, floors, napping etc. The kids both have atletic practices and don't get home until 6:30. We eat dinner, do homework, watch TV, supervise their getting things ready for the next day and everyone goes to bed at their respective times. After I settle Richard down for the night I do some computer work (I like to call it that!) and sometime around 1 a.m. I finally settle into my bed. We get up in the morning and do it all over again.....
2. You’ll never see me…in a bikini. If you did you would want to claw your eyes out. Take my word for it.
3. It’s really unattractive when a guy/girl…make out in public.
4. If I could buy one thing right now, it would be…wood floors throughout my entire house. How much easier that would make my life.
5. I have high expectations for…my grandkids(the two who live with us) to grow up and be very different from the people who gave them life.
Now go on over to The Coastal Chicster and see what others had to say this week.