Girls Day Out

I went up to Hampstead to have lunch with some of the “girls” I used to work with.  We have been doing this for several years.  It started out with three and now it is up to seven of us.  We are mostly retired now except for Diana and she’s goingout at the end of the year.  We talked about all the usual bull crap that you would expect. 

I was a bit surprised when Joan talked about the one thing she would never forget about me.  A man from another division asked me if he might look at my files.  I told him, “I don’t give a shit.”  I don’t remember this incident, but it certainly sounds like me.  This was probably the last thing he ever expected to here from me.  I am sure I did it just to see his reaction.  It’s good to be remembered.

I made everyone key chins with “Girls Day Out” on the backs.  I was going to take pictures, but I forgot.  I guess I am becoming senile.  Here are pictures that I took earlier of the chains.  

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I started this entry last Friday, but the computer I was using began to act weird.  Also, in order to add pictures, I would have had to climb under the desk, and I wasn’t about to do that.  I tried to call my friend, Deb, but no one was home.  I left a message, but she never called me back.  I think she is mad at me again.  She has been mad at everything and everyone lately.  She stopped seeing her shrink a few months ago and it has really started to show.  I can only take so much and I get depressed, too.  I have had depression and been through it with family and another friend.  I hope that her family and friends can help her.  On to more pleasant things—

I spent a lot of time with my son on Saturday and Sunday.  He has to take care of the house on his own now and there are a lot of little things that he needs to be aware of.  He has really grown up since he started college and I will be extremely happy to see him graduate this year.  We went to Cheeberger Cheeberger.  I had the best burger and the fries and onion rings were excellent!  I regretted it the next day, but what the hey.  We had a good time and we talked a lot. 


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3 Responses to “Girls Day Out”

  1. Sara Says:

    Found your blog via NaBloPoMo – these keychains are adorable! Keep writing; your blog is a good read!

  2. frivolousfluffy Says:

    Thanks so much! It is so great to know that there is someone out there reading my crap.

  3. Colette Sheeler Says:

    Hi again Sandy –

    If you still have Winnie’s hair, when Patty cut her hair, she donated it to a cancer site who makes wigs for cancer patients. I don’t know where, but if you are still interested, I’ll ask her.

    Take care.

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