Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Governor Grandma

Monday, November 6 - I'm thankful for antibiotics. Can you imagine our lives without them? Abbie has strep throat and think how hard it would be to get rid of if she couldn't just get a shot!

Tuesday, November 7 - My in-laws! Today I went to work and left my daughter at her Mimi's. Abbie and Mimi are both happy about spending the day together and napping together, too. One more thing, check out Sarah's blog for her thankful reminders.....

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I'm surprised to find myself voting for an Independent (My governor is a Jewish cowboy - not really, she's One Tough Grandma!) and a Democrat. Texas politics sure are interesting, yall.

4 comments:

Sarah said...

Kinky almost had me -- I LOVED his ads, and I really wanted a bumper sticker that read, "He ain't Kinky, he's my governor." Just cracks me up. He would run Texas into the ground, but he has an awesome sense of humor!

Anna said...

I just went straight republican...like always. Yep, I'm boring. =)

Roxanne said...

I have NEVAH EVAH voted anything but straight ticket until this year. . .alas. . .Granny got my vote too. There were plenty of people at the polls with me at 5:30-6:00-ish. . .so I'm atleast hoping we did enough to make things interesting. I'm afeared that it will be the same old guy though.

Roxanne said...

Oh--and antibiotics? THose and Motrin. Victoria suffered from about 15 bouts of strep (with scarlet fever) until we got her tonsils out last fall. I cannot count the number of nights I crawled back into bed after administering the next dose of Motrin to bring her fever down so thankful that I didn't have to fear for her life in the dark watches.