Under cloudy skies, it was once again all three of us in the Jeep as we made our way over to University Hospital in London, Ontario. Kelly had the option of a telephone call or a face-to-face meeting with her doctor and decided on the face-to-face this time. Her meeting was at 1:30 and we were there in plenty of time.
A storm front rolled through the region south of us Sunday night leaving our area on the edge of it with only a light rainfall. Not enough to green up people's brown lawns and certainly not enough for farmer's crops. I did notice on our way to our morning walking spot that the wheat harvest is in full swing with all the wheat fields I saw, already harvested. A slight drizzle in the air but hardly enough to get Pheebs and I wet on our walk.
ANOTHER NICE SUMMER'S MORN IN THE COUNTRYSIDE
|ON OUR WAY TO LONDON|
|DROPPING KELLY OFF AT THE FRONT DOOR|
|OKAY BUGSY IT'S TIME TO GO PICK UP MOM:((| LUCAN'S TIM HORTON COFFEE STOP HEADING HOME WELL, THIS LOOKS LIKE OUR PLACE ALRIGHT STEPPING OUT OF THE JEEP I COULD HEAR A ROBIN CHIRPING IN THE LEAFY CANOPY OVER OUR DRIVEWAY
Upon awakening this morning I could tell first thing that I was feeling a bit better. No headache was a welcome change and my body felt less achy all over. Now, if I could get my energy levels up a notch or two maybe I could get a few things done around here.
AH YES, THERE HE IS MUNCHING ON A MULBERRY
GROANER'S CORNER:(( Speaking at a city-wide PTA luncheon, an interim school superintendent assured members that he was always happy to hear from them about problems. He told them, "You can call me day or night, at this number . . ."Suddenly, there was a holler from the assistant superintendent. "Hey," he exclaimed, "that's MY number!"
A guy calls the hospital and a nurse answers the phone. The guy said, "Send in help because my wife is going into labor."
The nurse said, "Is this her first child?"
The guy replied, "No, this is her husband."