I was planning on doing a post yesterday to show what we did this weekend. Unfortunately, if you showed up yesterday, you noticed that I was no where to be found. There is a good reason for that.
We were home sick. Well, not me, but The Boy. And, since I would never dream of leaving The Boy home alone sick, I got to stay home too. That left me without the planned post for here though.
Today I am back! The Boy is feeling much better. Don't know what the deal was. He complained of his stomach hurting for about 36 hours and ran a fever for about 12 of those. Never threw up. His temp did get up to 101, but it went away without me giving him anything for it.
Now the dog has it though. Really?! Yes, really. Now I don't know that the dog has a temp, but I do know that he has been throwing up with diarrhea since yesterday about 5pm. Lucky, huh?!
This weekend, in case you didn't know, was Wreaths Across America. All across the country, wreaths are placed on graves of those buried in military cemeteries. We did this last year at the closest military cemetery to us. This is about an hour away from home, but since we heard about it, it has become something we plan to do each year.
We took The Boy last year and again this year. We feel that it is something that he learn about and understand what it means. I think he is getting it. Of course, the worst part is the cold. And I am certain that if given the opportunity to pass that up, he would. I do hope that as time goes on that he will do it in spite of the weather though.
My Crazy Man (on the right) and Boyfriend rode their motorcycles. They are members of the American Legion Riders and said that they were riders, not drivers. Boyfriend's Wife, The Boy and I were drivers! It was in the 20s with a hefty wind blowing.
On Sunday, the American Legion Riders placed big wreaths at the entrances of four of our local cemeteries. Boyfriend saw a cameraman from the local news on Saturday and let him know what we would be doing on Sunday afternoon. This cameraman told one of the reporters, and they came out to do a story. It was nice to get a little bit of recognition. Not for what we do/did, but so that maybe we could get more to join in with us.
I was wrapping some Christmas presents the other night. If anyone has cats, they know that sometimes getting anything done with them around is a challenge.
Sinatra was a good kitty. He decided that it would be better if he stayed out of the way. After all, I may be wrapping something for him!
Ziggy, on the other hand......
He thinks that he has to be in the middle of everything! What a helper!
I am nearly done wrapping. And am waiting on a couple of things to be delivered that I had ordered. I also have to still figure out something for my grandpa. Any clues what a 92 year old man would like/need?!