Friday, March 4, 2011

It's Friday!!

I've been working for the weekend this week.  I've had classes and worked everyday except Monday. I'm quite tired.  No classes today but I work.  I'm off this weekend!!! 

We have been having such beautiful weather!  Except for the bad storm that came thru on Monday.  That wind was fierce!! 

My daffodils are blooming and I saw a yellowbell bush (forsythia) the other day that was full of blooms.  Just gorgeous. 

March came in like a lamb here.  I'm sure we'll get some more winter weather before it finally gives up its reign to Spring. 

Thank you all for the congrats on me being a Gramma.  I'm trying to decide what I want to be called.  Gigi, Mimi, Grammie, Gramma, Granna? My daughter says Gigi sounds like a showgirl. Guess I can't be that.  

I put a new blog on my blog list.  I have always loved heirloom sewing and have wanted to learn the technique.  I enjoy embroidery and handsewing.  This lady does such beautiful work! 

I am doing well in my classes.  I really enjoy going to school!  I love to learn.  This summer I'll probly on take a couple classes since it is only a ten week semester.  And...the price per credit hour for the summer is almost double what this semester is.  The reason is that the school is not receiving any state funding.  It will not be as high in the fall semester.  It will take me a bit longer but that's ok.

If you  have grandchildren, what do they call you? 


Karen Twombly said...

The sky in your pic looks so pretty! I can't wait to see a flower bloom! :) I am so happy for you that you are a gramma!! :) ENJOY your weekend off! :)

Marg said...

I'm not there yet. But I always called mine 'grandma' and my kids called theirs the same. Whatever you choose, it's going to be music to the ears!

Echoes From the Hill said...

My, now 10 year old grandson, couldn't say Grandma when he was two, so he called me GaGa. His younger brother did the same. When they were older, they noticed their cousins called me Grandma, so they started calling me Grandma too. It was a difficult transition for the younger one.
Great Grandma was called G.G. (short for Great Grandma) so that will always stand for great grandma in our family.
No matter what you want to be called, the little one may decide for you!