Family and friends frequently remind me that it should not matter what day of the week it is since I do not work. It must be an ingrained feeling as I am always excited for the weekend. Life is just different on the weekends, don't you think?
It has been an active week here as we have a little visitor.
This little guy has gone from being a baby to being all two year old boy. He keeps his Grandma Bea and PaPa on their toes. His vocabulary is rapidly increasing. At two years old, a child should be speaking two word sentences. This week, we have frequently heard these things: "I will do it." "You just wait a minute." "Don't say that." I have had a little hand put over my mouth and been told to "Shush." He told me "abajo" (Spanish for down) when he did not like me carrying him away from the watering hose. He knows that speaking Korean at our house will get him a blank stare. And I am sure that when he says, "Goob dado do dic go", his own made up language, he is cursing at me. But as the grandma, I get to turn my head and laugh at his cheekiness.
I have not been able to work in the studio while Boogie has been visiting. This apron was a gift I made for Mother's Day.
We return our grandson home tomorrow. While in the big city, we hope to attend Artsplosure in downtown. Then we have tickets to Preakness Pints.
On Sunday, this grandma will probably spend the day in bed.