Seems as though days this time of year are kind of like watching reruns on television. They all tend to be repeats of the days before. Ha. However, we were able to go to our friend's home on yesterday evening for supper and a game of dominoes. Judy and her sister, Marjorie, from Germany invited us to have supper at their mom's house. Marian, age 91 is their mom. So there were six of us, Judy, husband Gene, sister Marjorie, mother Marian, and Gramps and I. We had a great time, with lots of laughs.
Soon after I got home, I began sneezing, and spent most of the night doing so. It was horrible! My allergies were really kicking up so consequently, there was not a lot of sleep on my part. I finally got up at 6 a.m. and took a couple of benedryl, but by the time that we were ready to leave for the church to meet with the other seniors, I was feeling a little drowsy, but not too bad to drive to the church.
The seniors went to Calhoun's on the River Restaurant for a Valentine's luncheon. There was red everywhere (lots of red clothing) and lots of really good food!
There were 33 of us who went and of course we were each able to order whatever we chose. Gramps and I had one of our favorites, Southern Fried Catfish. Yum!
When we got back from Knoxville, and got back into our car, I went to the post office and sent off our tax stuff to our daughter, Teresa, who does our taxes each year for us. (Yes, we've got people!)We always appreciate the fact that she does this for us. Then I took Gramps home and went to Jefferson City to buy groceries. When I got back home, my neighbor's son, Mitch, came down and helped me carry in the groceries. After I put away the perishables, I lay down for a short rest (I was rather pooped) and then a couple of hours later I got up and fixed a light supper for Gramps and myself.
He is now in bed, and I am writing up my blog and watching some television. I will probably follow him in a little while. Tomorrow, we are having the neighbors down in the afternoon to watch a movie with us. We look forward to that.
I guess it is about time for me to stop "talking" for the evening. This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for now. More later. Much love to each of you. Bye for now.