a common phrase I’ve heard and used all my life. For my grandchildren, or those who may have never heard that phrase, it basically means that after all is said and done, or after it is all over, what really matters is ______(fill in the blank). For me, it all boils down to the people I am blessed to have in my life.
been the bane of my existence," said Gary, after I brought these home from D.I. ($5)
Why, you may wonder, is wicker the bane of his existence? Because there are wicker baskets hanging from the ceiling in the DEEP (storage area) and he bumps his head on them when he is getting boxes down for me.
I say: If wicker is the biggest "bane of his existence," then he has a pretty easy and carefree life.
1 year anniversary on Monday, and we got to babysit our grand-bird for a couple of days. I have to admit, she is pretty cute and pretty spoiled. I felt guilty not holding her if I was home, so I did a lot of vegging over the weekend.