Monday Madness 06.03.19


Hello, indeed! I hope everyone has been doing well over the last several weeks. I am beyond excited that it's June! May in Michigan was super rainy (I think it rained some 25 days out of 31) so I'm looking forward to some (possible) sunny days in June!



I'm looking forward to so many things in June. Nick's birthday, my sister's visit out, and hopefully some pool time! In sadder news, we lost my grandma yesterday morning. It was a long time coming. She had been battling dementia for nearly 2 years and had gone on hospice about 2 weeks ago. She was my last grandparent. When my parents first got divorced when I was 11 she would come stay with us for extended periods of time. I'll always be thankful for that and the help she gave my dad who got thrown in to single parenthood.


I had a great Memorial Day weekend. I ended up having 3.5 days off from work. The days were super unproductive and amazing! Nick scored some free tickets to the Indy 500 from a supplier/rep through work so we headed down to Indianapolis for the day (a 4 hour drive from where we live in Michigan). We took along my brother-in-law!








It was a great day with lots of sun and heat! But, after being home alone all day, Scout required some serious cuddles.


This one cracks me up... He's so desperate!


In other news, I've been reading a lot, trying to make more meals, and hoping to see Rocketman soon!

What have you been up to?





5 comments

  1. I'm so sorry about your grandma. It's never easy to go through.

    Every Scout needs some cuddles :)

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  2. I’m so very sorry to hear about your grandmother, she sounds like a sweet soul. Sending you love. I can’t wait to see Rocketman!!!

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  3. I'm sorry to hear about your grandmother. I hope you get some nice sunny days soon!

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  4. So sorry to hear about your grandmother!

    xx
    Stella Cadente

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  5. You guys had some great Indy 500 seats!

    So sorry to hear about your grandma. Dementia is such a tough disease.

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