Thursday, July 10, 2008

Photobucket USO

I'm here at DFW USO. I enjoyed a free breakfast and water. I found shampoo in the bathroom. YES. I've typed a devotional and thought I'd be able to post it to SHS, GAFB blog and put it in que here....but woe is me! I forgot my jump drive. How do I get the info from my lap top to the internet. Ah well. I even took a photo for y'all.

I managed to make it through security with my ONE bag.....they had to search it. I gave up my hairspray but begged for my Tom's toothpaste. ::snort:: I'll have flat hair but clean teeth - I can live with that.

Ah - I'll never fret about my children flying again. The baby behind me SCREAMED from the moment they walked on to the plane until 10 minutes out.

Hmmm...that's it. I planned to upload the PWOC newsletter to the blog. I'm hopeless without a connection...and I'm too cheap to pay for one day of T-mobile.

I'm minutes away from meeting my new PWOC Internet friend, Diane. Hon - remember chicken is ready to go for dinner and Friday night is pizza night. Be good little ones. Debbie in NY tells me that I can't do a thing about home and must spend this weekend having fun and relaxing....I shall give it a shot. Those mommy genes are fairly strong.


©2008 D.R.G.


Anonymous said...

LOL, Let go & have a good time on your trip D. I know how hard it must be to stop mommying, but you have done an excellent job of training up those children of yours. The olders will have the littles & Mike is a very capable guy, as you already know. God bless you on your journey.
Love ya

Anonymous said...

Haha, I knew you couldn't go a day without blogging. Enjoy the weekend!

mel, aka MH you know who

Anonymous said...


as I was told yesterday... relax (your face) :):) They were giving me vivid dreams and.....

really just let go, relax, enjoy, and learn.

l/p Mom T

Debbie said...

D, I really do hope you have a terrific time.

Herding Grasshoppers said...

I left my husband and boys for a long weekend earlier this year... to manage the homefront and a Saturday soccer marathon, (the games, the gear, etc.) which ended up being snowed out Go figure.

I was really pleased to come home to see the house fairly orderly and clean, and nobody stressed out.

But my nine-year-old confided to me, "It went fine, mom, but... I think we're still wearing the underwear from when you left."


DeEtta @ Courageous Joy said...

::snort:: Julie - that is classic!