Wednesday, March 16, 2011

In Which I have one Good Hair Day and Before my Eyeball turned Red

Jessica sent me some photos she had taken and to my surprise, there was one of me I actually liked! Untouched, un-Photoshopped and having a good hair day...This was taken on Valentine's Day while I was out giving treats and kisses to my grandkids.

I realized that it has been two weeks since I blogged and while I have had many post ideas percolating in my fevered brain, it hasn't translated into getting them written down.

Just busy living life.

And to explain the eyeball part, I woke up Sunday morning with broken blood vessel in my right eye. It's enough to scare away anyone, including grandkids! As of today, it is slowly going away. I went to the keeper of all information, Google, and found out that mostly this happens for unknown reasons and I promise I'll go to the eye doctor if it doesn't go away.

No, I'm not posting a photo. Besides the fact that it is technically difficult to take a picture of oneself, especially a closeup of your own eyeball, it is quite creepy-looking and I wouldn't want to scare my mother.

Although my best line was last Sunday when one of the brothers in the branch asked me what was wrong with my eye.  To which I replied, "demasiado frijoles."  (too many beans)  By the look on his face, I think he went home and told his wife, no more beans!   (I did tell him I was kidding)


Momza said...

ha! that's funny! Sounds like things are getting back to normal in your corner of the world.
I had that eyeball thing happen to me's supposedly a sign of aging. And I am definitely aging!

Joy For Your Journey said...

I got a good laugh out of the bean story. That was cute. Although I can't imagine a latin giving up beans. We certainly have to eat plenty of them in our house!

And the picture is very cute!! But I think you look great in all your pictures.

Kerin said...

Look at those smiles.... what an adorable picture!
Sorry about the red eyeball..... that must have been scary.
I'm not much of a bean eater, and now I have the perfect excuse (hee hee).
Have a happy and red eye free day :)

Connie said...

Cute picture! Giving hugs and kisses to the grandkids always make us look good!
Sorry about the red eyeball. Hopefully those blood vessels heal soon!

Granny J said...

Glad you're ok and back on the air...I was beginning to worry.

So I was blog hopping the other day and my dil was sitting next to me and I clicked to you and out again rather quickly (the post title was the same ;) ~ anyway...she said,"Hey, backup! Who is that? For a second I thought that was you, but I knew it wasn't Papa." (Papa doesn't have any hair...) I guess I could of told her ..."If I was 3 feet taller we could be twins" ha,ha!