Now, don't be shocked, the time is right. I am trying to go to bed earlier than I have been. I haven't been sleeping much lately, so I took my herbal tablet to help me sleep, let's hope it works! I used to love watching the movie, If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belguim, with Suzanne Plesshet, (I am a terrible speller, sorry), and everytime Tuesday rolls around, I always think of that movie. I am a child of the late 60's/70's, but I love retro music, and old movies. Especially on rainy afternoons! I remember as a child, my dad bought me a black/white tv for my 13th birthday. A little history here, we did not get our first tv until 1969, but when we did, we were the first on the block to have a colored tv! Boy, we were living high on cotton! Anyway, on Saturday afternoons, when it was raining, I would curl up on my bed, under 4-5 of my Grandmother's quilts and watch the old B/W movies with Shirley Temple, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Clark Gable, and sometimes my dad would join me and we would watch old Cowboy movies that he saw when he was a young lad. Life was so simple and easy, not a care in the world back then, at least I did not have to worry. I am sure my parents did enough of that for all of us. It was a different time, how I wish my son could have at lease 1 hour of time back in the good old days! Enough of that, work was mainly reports today, running a lot of numbers, mileage reports, corporate visa report, goals for May, ect. Tomorrow, I am heading down to Modesto. I hear that there is a new quilt store in Ceres, so naturally, I will have to check that out. I will give you a full report tomorrow. I also have Jo's tomorrow evening, which means I get to see my BFF, Darlene, and that also means, FOOD! It's good to daydream about the good, old days, now and again. It certainly makes me thankful for all I have, and for my wonderful and loving parents. I know that they are both most likely already asleep in bed, (they are divorce, but they are up with the chickens and down with the chickens!) but I think I will make a note to call them, just to tell them I am thinking of them and I love them. My dad will ask me how much money do I need, and my mom will ask me what happened now! I am glad, they never stopped being my parents!
Here's wishing everyone a Happy Cinco de Mayo!