Sunday, March 27, 2016

Oh What a Month of March!

 Easter
 St. Patrick's Day
My 65th
 My great niece and my nephew.
Kennedy Kathleen came a few weeks early, but all is well!
Another March birthday in the family!
Austin's spring play, "Our Miss Brooks"

 National Honor Society induction.
I was the oldest member of the Tora Chapter attending!
 Central Kentucky Youth Salute on display at Fayette Mall, Lexington
 Archery continues: Austin with Josh
Cabaret Tonight, a community theater musical.
 
And, I'm taking a few days blogging break because of  severe vertigo.
Austin and Glenn have been taking good care of me for three days,
but I'm on my own starting tomorrow when they go back to school and work. 

7 comments:

Gin said...

You know I'm right up the street if you need something.

Joy said...

Oh, I'm so sorry about the vertigo - I've been there and it is NOT fin. Hope yours subsides quickly. You've had quite a month, I enjoyed all the pictures.

Joy said...

Not FUN is what I meant. Although vertigo is not fin or fine either, I meant to type fun.

racheld said...

What a lively, interesting YEAR you've had so far! Austin is certainly an accomplished young man, with lots of talents, and I know you're so proud of him. For some silly reason, when I looked at the sax photo, I thought part was a reflection of Peyton Manning for a moment. (And I've tried to decide who was Mr. Conklin---the young man in a suit?) That must have been a fabulous, fun show.

Hope you're up and feeling better soon---this Spring weather is kinda fickle right now, but the thrill of GREEN is in the air.

rachel

relevanttealeaf said...

I'm so sorry to read about you having severe vertigo. Prayers for a quick recovery. You've definitely had a FULL March! Wonderful pictures! I remember watching "Our Miss Brooks" - so I guess that means I'm old! ;-)

Angela McRae said...

Oh, my goodness, I will be praying for you to overcome this vertigo! The only serious illness of my life (20+ years ago now) was a severe inner ear infection that led to vertigo and, ultimately, ear surgery. I pray you'll be over this soon! XOXO

Marilyn Miller said...

Whew! That was quite a month for you. Hoping your vertigo is better today. Jim sometimes has problems with this and it is no fun to even watch. He usually has to stay in bed for awhile.

 

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