We had a nice dinner out with our old high school chums. He was our best man in our wedding! About once a month we get together to catch up with what’s going on in our lives. It goes on for hours! 🙂
Hubby and I went into St. Louis. We did some shopping, had a nice dinner, spent the night and came home Sunday afternoon.
After spending the night in St. Louis we got home around noon time. Then it was the old grind stone again. We got busy getting ready for the week. Laundry and packing hubby for an overnight business trip to St. Joseph Missouri.
Monday, back to reality…
I am beginning to think of my place of work as a “mad house”. It’s just crazy around there anymore. I am so looking forward to retirement. Just sayin’. With hubby being gone I did laundry (nothing unusual), cooked a big meal for grandma and Jeremy, ran a few errands, and went to bed around 9. Then at 10 got a call from hubby. He’d been talking business and time got away. 🙂 He’s so sweet!
Hubby got home at regular time so we went to the gym. I’m only getting to go about once a week right now. With us being gone almost every weekend I am either catching up from being gone or preparing for the next weekend. It felt really good to hit the gym hard!
Back to Future Soldier Training… The recruiter called today. The MEPS doctors sent back the Medical waiver requesting some more information. 1) Did he have an IEP? and 2) Has he ever been diagnosed with a mental disorder such as anxiety or depression? UMMMM, no to the first question and the second one “the physician sent a letter of recommendation for him. Would he do that if he had a mental illness?” There is no common sense or logic being used in this situation!
I stayed home and Jeremy drove himself for the first time. No issues so I am feeling better about cutting him loose. He’s only been driving this new vehicle since graduation day. 🙂 He’s working for our brother-in-law and his old youth pastor. They are keeping him busy.
Finally getting some rain! We were beginning to worry about the condition of our fields. Even though we don’t have cattle any more we lease out our ground to someone. We want it sustain his cattle until fall. I packed up the boat and prepared for another weekend at the lake!