Sunday, March 18, 2012


Hope you all had a great St. Patrick's Day yesterday.  It was my Saturday to work, so that's how I spent it.  It was the most boring day I think I've ever spent at work.  No one was coming to the library.  Everyone was out celebrating as I saw when I was driving home.

We had the leftovers from the Irish Lunch for lunch on Saturday.  At the end of the day we divided up what was left and took it home so that it wouldn't go to waste.  There was so much left over.  I really over bought.  But I always feel better too much than not enough.

At the end of day I got some pictures of us.  Our volunteer, Tom, took the first one and then I switched with him and took the second one.  We had a lot of fun decked out in our green.

 Marquita, Diane and me.  It's hard to see, but the shamrock on my shirt is made up of mini shamrocks.

Marquita, Diane and Tom.  The Leprechauns of Richmond Library.  Ha, ha.

Pastor Justin was away today so Joe and I had to open up the church and set things up.  Deacon Richard gave the message which was very good.  I wish I could have paid more attention, but my back was killing me.  Those wooden pews were not conducive to helping a bad back.

I got a chance to have a nice long phone call with my sister this afternoon.  We don't talk often enough.  I love talking with her.

I got a few things done, but I'm going to have to step up my game to get everything done by Easter.  Can you believe it's only 3 weeks away?

Well, gotta run for tonight friends.  My bed calls to me.


  1. Your darn back!
    I will pray for you.

    Easter, 3 weeks away? I'm with ya, lots to do.

  2. I agree it's better to have leftovers than not enough.Sounds like it was fun.All of you look nice in your green!
    No offense,but church pews & court benchs are terrible for backs! I will keep you in prayer.

  3. Bless your heart, your back sure is being stubborn isn't it? Hope you feel better very soon friend!

    I'm totally shocked that Easter is that near. I didn't realize that, wow!!!

  4. Love the pics from the libury.
    Pews are notoriously uncomftable but it is so much worse when your in pain.


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