I am visiting my daughter and son-in-law this week to watch my two very active granddaughters, 5 and 3. They are a hand full to be sure, especially without their parents here. They are the lucky ones who are away for the week. I am also the lucky one who is watching over them trying to find some bonding time.
Unfortunately, my daughter had a flu bug when I got here on Sunday and she was quickly trying to recover. Fortunately, she did recover and they are now on the road to their destination. Unfortunately, I now have this 24-hour flu bug and I'm waiting it out till it is done. Fortunately, I was able to get the two girls to bed by 8pm so I can write this blog and try to recover. Unfortunately, it took them over an hour to settle down and go to sleep. Fortunately, they are now asleep and I can do some writing.
Amazingly enough, I had a weekly column to finish, a public relations article to write about an eagle scout project that happened over the weekend and this blog. I was able to do all three without mistake.....hopefully. But a writer's call comes and writers must do their duty to finish by a dead line; even with two granddaughters and the flu.
One of my duties as caretaker of the two girls is to keep a watchful eye over my daughter's four chickens that just started to lay. There are only two of them that have laid eggs so far which is an interesting phenomenon but I think I figured out why the other two haven't laid yet....... they are both roosters. A rooster expert ( a friend of theirs) came by to help me reprogram the entertainment center since I really messed it up. She took one look at them and said "those two are roosters". I suppose that solves that mystery.
Now all I need is to not puke and keep from messing up the entertainment center again.. Hopefully tomorrow will be a better day, I still have five days left.......