This was Phylly's real birthday, but I didn't see her today. I did talk to her on the phone though. The people she works with -- our employees -- brought her a box of chocolate covered cherries (her favorite) and a chocolate mousse pie. She invited me to come, but I knew we would laugh so much, it would annoy everyone.
I don't want the other employees to dislike Phylly because we are BFF's. And her boss, Lu, would be too kind to me -- her boss -- to tell me to PLEASE LEAVE and quit annoying everyone. I hardly ever go to our store because of that. Lu already has to tolerate Phylly having long lunches out with me whenever I'm in town. Phylly always makes up her time though, and we don't do it over once or twice a week. And, remember, I'm not even supposed to be here as this isn't my real home. If it wasn't for the window fiasco, I would have been long gone.
So join me in wishing Phylly a Very Happy Birthday, and some of you can welcome her along with me to the SIXTIES!
My daughter is coming over this evening to bring me fresh eggs from her chickens. I don't know who she will have with her. THAT is always a surprise. It could be one of a dozen dogs, or a cat, or a kid. She has never brought one of the chickens, and I am very glad about that! She offered to check in on our cats, Bootsy and Barney when we go on our mini-vacation in a few weeks to Branson, MO to hear Rev. Hagee and Matthew Hagee and whoever else. It will be fun to see them in person even though it will be from a distance. We got a "special invitation" to join them at a breakfast on Saturday morning, March 23rd. I'm sure thousands of others received the same invitation, so it's not like we will be anywhere near their table. I sure would LOVE that though!
I better scat. Need to jump on the trampoline before the eggs arrive.
I ran back in here to show you what Tammy brought me. I am SO SURPRISED! Two of the eggs are GREEN! I thought green eggs were only in Dr. Seuss books! Aren't they pretty??? Lindy was out in the car, so I ran outside to give her hugs. She was behind the wheel. I didn't even realize she was driving these days. She seemed really happy. One of Tammy's dogs had puppies last night, so I'm sure that helped cheer Lindy up.