You know how you usually see stray dogs in the streets? Well…. I’m driving Ande to seminary this morning and in the middle of the street there are three stray COWS in a line walking towards a neighborhood! COWS? What the heck is that about? Ande & I had to do a double take and sure enough, we saw three cows. No one was there walking them or directing them to go somewhere. They were just stray cows walking by themselves like they owned the road! ha ha… Then… the conversation went like this….
Ande: I would be afraid if I were walking to school and I saw a cow walking down the road.
Me: Yeah, why is that?
Ande: Yeah because it would eat me!
Me: ha ha ha (I busted out laughing)
Ande: What? (in a serious tone) Cows don’t eat people?
Me: Nope! We eat them!
Ande: Well, do they at least bite people?
Me: ha ha ha (busted out laughing again)
So I was at my mom’s house for dinner. My dad decided to throw a piece of tortilla at Jessica. She thought it was the funniest thing in the world and cracked up laughing. She instantly realized that it would be funnier if she threw food back at him. When she would through bologna at him it would fall in his drink, on his plate, in the salsa or stick on the wall.
The food fight ended when he threw food at her and it landed in her hair. If you know Jessie, she doesn’t like people touching her hair and food in her hair was the worst thing that could have happened to her.
My dad of course had to make her happy again so he let her throw food at him which of course cracked her up and made her happy. I had to have a talk with Jessica so that she knew throwing food was not acceptable behavior… unless you’re with tata (grandpa) ha ha! Because there are obviously no rules when you’re with tata.
So I got in trouble by my second mother for not posting an update on my ankle. Sorry Amy for not keeping you posted on my life happenings.
I was wearing an air cast and on crutches. It was super difficult to be on crutches while I was teaching. So one of my students had a grand idea for me to sit on a rolling chair and they’d push me around. It was great until my students started fighting for who’s turn it was to push me around the classroom or down the hall. Anyhow, they all got a turn and in the end they were all happy little campers!
My friend Dr. Mitch Healey has also helped me out by adjusting my back which of course is all out of whack from falling. He has also treated me with Kinesio Taping. That stuff is amazing! In the past I have had it on my back and it’s just unbelievable what change it makes! Dr. Mitch is not only a super duper chiropractor which I highly recommend, he is also good looking! So next time you need an adjustment go visit him and he’ll fix you every time! You get adjusted and then an amazing trigger point massage. Did I mention he was a Hotty McNaughty?
Saturday, October 11th (my not so yay day): Today was the big yard sale day. What fun… NOT really. My day started with me getting up too early for my own good. I woke up at 4:45 am to set things up for my yard sale. I figured that I would set things up then go shower. Well… little did I know that I would get my first “customer” at 5:30 am. Ande, Jill and my mom started helping out closer to 6 am. By that time, the sun was starting to come out and more people were showing up and I couldn’t go shower so I figured “Oh well, I will do it after the yard sale”. So once the yard sale was over which was about 1:00 pm we posted a notice on Craigslist for anyone to get free left overs from the yard sale. About 90% of what was left from the yard sale was taken. Yippee for less clean up for me. Keep Reading