Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Lot of stuff to do.

Do you make lists? I keep hearing the term, bucket list.  I am guessing that is a to do list, or is it a wish list?  Anyway, I make ‘To Do’ lists. This one has about 12 things on it. Not all biggies,  but for me if I do not have a list, I will skip some things.

Luke at 17 006Luke at 17 007Luke at 17 008

Last night is one I forgot, but prepared quickly for it, Luke, our youngest Grandson, celebrated his birthday. We took him out for dinner, they chose Ruby Tuesday. He is a great guy, now a senior and 17 yrs old.

Luke at 17 009

One sad thing came up, a dear friend’s son passed away this week. It is always sad when youth dies. Sherry and Mark went to the funeral yesterday afternoon.

Another thing that is not on the list, but will be a pleasure, Shirl and Smoky are taking us out for a late anniversary dinner tonight.

Methinks that it is gonna be cold here in NC before we head South.

Thanks for coming this way.

Nite Shipslog

PS:

Aspire to inspire before you expire.

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Tallships cars planes and motorcy 095

No, I cannot remember what it was, but I love it. It was in a museum on the Maine Coast.

10 comments:

Lea said...

I make lists, too. It proved useful today when we went grocery shopping :)

shirl72 said...

Good pictures and glad to see them.
Happy Birthday to Mr. Luke.

Me thinks it will be cold before
you head back to Fl. Me thinks you can blame Mary since she is getting married and you are staying
for the wedding. We will keep you longer. HAHAHAHAHA

Shirl

Paula said...

I make grocery lists then leave it home. Sometime I make a list in my head and go by alphabetical order. Nah it doesn't work too well. We just go back to Wal*Mart the next day.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Sorry to hear that among all the joys there was sorrow too. That's one thing we don't like to have on a list of any kind. The young shouldn't die, but like all things we don't have much to say about it. You know I lost a 2 year old grandson a few years ago. Makes the ones I have all the more precious for sure. So glad that you have lots to celebrate there. It's raining here this evening and will be cooler but not frosty anyway for the next few days.

Robert Geiss said...

Have to admit, that this thought was on my mind for the last days. Thank you for the inspiration.

Happy Birthday, may time and life please continue to treat him kind.

Please have you all a good Wednesday.

Louis la Vache said...

Jack, the car is a 1931 Cadillac.
;-)

That corgi :) said...

These days I have to make grocery lists or I forget everything that I came to the store for. Happy birthday to your grandson; glad you got to be there to help celebrate his special day. It is always sad when a young one dies; it isn't the natural order of things in our minds; we "expect" the older people to die, yet to us it is so unnatural when one younger than us does pass.

I hope tomorrow is a good one for you all!

betty

DD said...

I never make bucket list, but my man keep one going! Bless his heart.

Me also thinks cold weather will catch you before you get out.

Nice pictures and a beautiful young grandson.

Helen said...

I always thought a bucket list was a list of things you want to do before you die. I don't have one of those. Thinking that if I don't I will live longer LOL.
No the only list I make is a grocery list then forget some of the things I have on it.

Chatty Crone said...

Gosh it is hard enough to lose someone at our age - harder still for a young person - I am sorry.

Your grandson is handsome.

And I bet it will be cold before you get to Florida!