Sherree S.'s Profile
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streak 75 days
- Completed 2105 challenges
Thanks so much for filling my inbox with sweet encouragements today. A shout out to: JuaNita, Sara, Sheenie, Nirmala, Karen, Keecha, Pat, Lamoine, Christiana, & Kaye.
Another good one. Thanks, DC.
I got to spend time with Maisie today. When my daughter goes back to work, I'll be taking care of Maisie on Thursdays and Fridays. I'm ready for her to go back soon. Won't be until mid-February, though.
Love you all!
Thank you for keeping me in the encouragement loop, Sara, Keecha, Pat, Robert, Donna, Lamoine, & Kaye.
This is a nice, easy stretch. I highly recommend it.
Today I went to see "Hidden Figures." You might see that movie and think how far we have come since 1961, but I tell you, WE HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO.
I'm staying in until tomorrow because there is supposed to be rain and freezing and snow on top of all that, so I'm opting for the safety of my house. Any excuse to be a recluse.
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
Have a safe and relaxing evening, Y'all!
You all helped me out today. Thanks so much, Sara, Pat, Robert, Sheenie, Kaye, Theresa, & Cindy.
Good quads! That's what this challenge gives you. Just sayin'...
I meet with a group of women after church on the 3rd Sunday of the month. Today's meeting was long and fun and it has totally tapped me out!
Wishing you all a blessed evening.
You all have sustained me for today and always. Thanks for today's encouragements, Lauretta, Keecha, Sara, Janet, Sheenie, Pat, Nirmala, Robert, & Mariela.
Maisie Jane sends her regards. Two weeks old!
I have no idea what this challenge is all about, so I'll just improvise and take a nap.
I'm back from Florida! I go down there once a year and spend time with my 84-year-old step-mother. She lives a very exacting lifestyle and we don't actually have fun while I'm there. I'm lucky to get outside at all, actually. Every time I get there, she gives me a John Grisham book to read. I need to finish it before I leave so we can discuss it. Her carpet is white, the walls are white, and her furniture is white. There are no homey touches. No knick knacks. She makes me complete a couple jig saw puzzles while I'm there. She makes me complete the "hard" crossword puzzle each day. We don't watch TV, but we read the newspaper and discuss the news. One day we go to lunch with her friends. We drink a glass of wine each night before bed (I'm afraid to tell her that my liver is not up to par). This is the scenario each and every time I visit, year after year. She is opinionated and feisty and getting frail. It's sort of exhausting to go visit her, but I'm happy to spend a bit of time with her. It was fun to drive without ice and snow. So glad to be back home and in my own surroundings.
Have a safe and cozy evening, Peeps!
Each and every one of my encouragers is dear to my heart. Thanks for sticking with me while I've been on the road. I should be back to normal tomorrow! (Well...normal for me!)
Otters are cute.
Wishing you all a marvelous Thursday evening.
I appreciate all the support! XO
I'm so sorry for being negligent to all my DC friends this week. I'm on my phone and not that adept at this site.
Thank you to all who inspire me to be a better person.
This is Maisie and my son-in-law.
I'll be back in the swing of things on Saturday. XO