Rainy 'wintery' day here in Palo Alto. Kids off to school as usual. Lindsey's blood level is still low, so another lovinox shot tonight at 12. The nurse tonight will try to give her the shot while she is asleep. I know I would come up swinging if someone poked me in the middle of a deep sleep.
Congrats to Mike and Heidi for breaking the code. Tracy, the English nurse, will be in soon and will get a huge kick out of it.
After school today Megan lost the key to her bike. She ran all over the place looking for it. Went to class room and the gym, thought the door was locked, asked someone to let her in. The teacher told her to just open the door. (she was embarrassed). Kept looking for it. Never found it. Then there it was.... hanging around her neck. I guess she did get part of her Dad's brains.
I just now went to take out the tray and get some blankets and I happen to run into the lady we offended in the Sobrato room the other day. Regardless of who's at fault, we all have WAY more things to worry and stress about than offending someone or being offended. That takes up so much energy and focus. So we both apologized, I was sorry for letting the boys run wild (which they did), and she was sorry for yelling at us in the family room (and she did). We then had a great visit. She has a small baby with RSV complications along with boys who also like to run wild. We are all good now, and can move on. I don't have the reserves or the energy for 'stuff' like that. So I have been looking for her and wanted to get the 'feelings' over with and move on to our own kids. Sometimes you just eat the 'crow' and be done with it, right Jim?
Theresa and Calvin Rasmussen and their boys are coming over from Las Vegas the weekend of January 19. That is very nice of them and we are excited to see the crew.