Thursday, April 1, 2010

I've been blessed with a near-continuous parade of friends and relatives the last few weeks. My brothers, in particular, were very helpful and I have to single out Bro 2 for tackling a lengthy "Honey-Do" list of chores. (The price for having skills and aptitude.) Although she's busy with full-time work and full-time single parenting, Sis has been just great, always ready to help with errands or whatever I need.

All my Hoodies have been amazing, with Chris, Mary Ann and Kerry topping the list. I truly, truly could not have come this far without their help. They are my angels here on earth. Others have helped lighten my load, just providing comfort, compan- ionship, and most importantly, lots of laughs. I'm not sure what I did to deserve such an incredible network of helpers, but I'm grateful for every one of them.

We're giddy with Spring Fever -- several consecutive days of 80ยบ+ weather -- and Final Four Fever. By coincidence, my hometown is hosting the Final Four this year, and a local team is "going to the dance." It's been a long time since we've been this excited about the NCAA championship.

I'm not sure the Rake-o-rama is going to happen. I've managed to select two rainy days; the first rain date now needs a second rain date. Perhaps one of them will select another date/time and declare a Flash Rake. I can't bring myself to pester these wonderful people again.

2 comments:

Sean said...

You are right. 'Angels on Earth' are a special blessing for us. Happy Spring! Enjoy March Madness, it sure beats this Myeloma Madness. Sean M.

www.myelomayoureloma.blogspot.com

Sandy said...

Where I live, we've had so much rain I'd need a bilge pump to get rid of the leaves. But I'm glad your Angels will come and do a Rako-rama when the weather allows. And what's wonderful about "doing for someone" is the jolly good feeling one gets inside for being able to help!