Archive for May 24, 2009

>Sunday, that’s my fun day

>Hornis called to arrange to meet this A.M. for service. I thought he said 11:00 a.m. and I was purposely late since it was at Debbie’s and I hate walking around in my bare feet. She doesn’t like people to wear shoes in her house, but she doesn’t provide them with something else to wear so I don’t like going to her house. First weird thing was Debbie was leaving when I got there, she just waved at me. I went up to the door and peeked through, no one was there. I thought this is odd, maybe everyone has already left, but why would Deb have just left if that was the case? So I went back to my car and was fooling around with my sun shade and Syd and Nancy pulled up. Then Jack and Jill, then Hornis and Mrs. Hornis. Turns out we were meeting at 11:30 a.m. Well, so to not take off my shoes, I just stood by the counter, didn’t go on the rug to sit down. We had a nice morning, but it was awfully hot by the end of it. So hot I didn’t even stop at Ron’s. Just went straight home to sit in the air conditioning. I had a headache, which got better in the cool air.

Went to church, it started to thunder, as I watched, Sue looked at Joe, he gave her some keys and she handed them to her husband who then left. Evidently, the windows were down on Joe’s car and Bill went out to put them up. Then at the very end when the elder was giving his closing comments and we were getting ready to sing our final song before the closing prayer, there was a big crash of thunder and the lights went out. So we skipped the song and just had prayer. Then when we looked out the door it was pouring down rain and wind blowing, a real storm.

By the time I got home it had stopped and D was grilling hamburgers.

Not much else to say, tomorrow is a holiday so I might be here, might not depends on what we have planned.


The New York Times
Sunday, May 24, 2009 — 5:52 PM ET

Second Swine Flu Death in New York City

The death of a woman in her 50s with underlying health conditions has been linked to the swine flu, a spokeswoman for the city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene told The Associated Press.

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~The New York Times~