Friday, October 06, 2006

Late Friday afternoon...

just in from "the rounds" (bank, GNC, Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, Sam's Club and Costco). It's 3:30, I've got a half hour to unload and put everything away, eat, pack my cooler and be out the door...

Caleb is spending the night tonight with Grandma, Dottie's off this weekend, and I work tomorrow night. The other two grandkids will be here tomorrow afternoon so their Mom and Dad can go to a wedding...

So I won't be around much 'til Sunday evening late!

:o)

Thinking of you all, wishing you lovely weekends!

alan

9 comments:

Nancy said...

Hey Alan! You have a busy weekend on tap. It must be fun with everybody around though. I cannot believe you hit Walmart, Sam's Club and Costco all in one day. That would be a record for me.

I read your Wednesday post. I hate when people steal things like that. I had somebody steal the rack gaurds on top of my SUV a year or so ago. They were worn out and had been there for a few years. Plus, they took the antennae (sp) for the TV, but not the TV.

I hope after your shift you get some wonderful quality time with your lovely family!

Nancy :)

Hawaiianmark said...

Bliss filled weekender to you to man!

Aloha!

Jen said...

Happy Week-End Alan!

MB said...

Alan-who-never-stops, a happy weekend to you and yours, too!

dragonflyfilly said...

soundds like fun a frolic with a little bit of work in between -- everytime i see a cooking show i think of you...saw a recipe for "peanut butter cookies for dummies" - no flour involved. if you would like to see it let me know.

cheers for now.

p.s. not that i am inferring that you are a dummie, quite the contrary, but it might be nice for the grandchildren to try to prepare.

Heidi said...

Hope you having a great weekend!

sjobs said...

Alan, I hope your weekend wasn't to busy.

Did you get to enjoy the grandkids at all???

Love ya,

Mary

ConnieJane said...

Sounds like a wonderful weekend, Alan!

Dr. Deborah Serani said...

Sam's AND Costco would be overload alone for me. Amazing that you can do so many errands in one fell swoop. My hats off to you!

~Deb