Monday, January 05, 2009

do i always need a title???

well i am still "out of sorts". must be a hormonal thing, cause my son Sammy lost it when i started crying over a McDonald's commercial this morning..... hey it was a really sweet commercial, really it was.
Katie and I took the dogs for a nice walk yesterday, nobody was around, and I think the hunting season is official over. (muzzle loader ended on Sat) Chris and I go to Johnny's tomorrow to workout. It will be good getting back into that routine.
I am here at Kiski today, I'll be getting between 3 and 4 days a week. yes i get busy here, but there are times that there is a big Lull in activity. you just never know what is coming through my door...... it could be someone asking for a tums for an upset stomach. Or it could be someone with an acute allergic reaction to the peanut butter they were NOT supposed to eat.....causing anaphylactic shock......
I must admit i didn't keep as good of track on my eating as i did at Christmas time. Not that i over ate by any means, but I find the key for me has been to monitor my food intake.
Oh Kimmie, I didn't think to look at my answering machine when i got back from my walk with Katie, why would i, after all i left the house full of boys! I only knew you called when Bill told me at 9 o'clock last night......... and i have so much to tell you too.........
I somehow have managed to keep my annual cold/lung infection/bronchial asthma at bay so far this season. i have a couple more months to go to get through "peak season"
well my eyes don't really want me on this computer, so i think i'll make this short too....... remember to count you blessings today.........we have many!!!!

6 comments:

Chris said...

I hate to burst your bubble, but I just found out yesterday that there is still one more week left of muzzleloader season :(

Patti said...

I'm not even gonna ask what a muzzleloader is but it doesn't sound right. That's all I'm sayin'.
xoxo

Kim said...

Yep, one more week of muzzleloader. Be careful out there!

My brother could more accurately describe this, but a muzzleloader is basically a black powder rifle. There's powder and a little ball or pellet and the spark from the flint makes it all go BOOM. It is much more challenging because it relies on a fair amount of precision in regard to the loading, plus it doesn't have the range that a regular rifle has. Makes the thrill of the hunt that much more sweet, I suppose.:.D

Sandi said...

Yup Kim is from Howard Pa, ... she knows WAY too much about a muzzleloader..... i am just sayin'

Chris said...

Sandi, you could have described it as what Pa shot deer with on "Little House On The Prarie".
And you don't even have to be from Howard to know that! Hee Hee :o)

Kim said...

And that is just the beginning of what I learned living in Central PA. But that, my dear ones, is a story for another day!