A whole summer of such possibilities. I already have a list a mile long, but it is open to many deletions and changes. :) I have to keep an open mind about what I "plan" to do. I had so many plans for my first day off (Friday), I was going to get my hair cut, return a shirt to Old Navy, drop off a library book, maybe go grocery shopping but what happened in actuality was: my youngest called and wanted to take a short road trip to Arlee. She had seen a pic of an item at a yard sale and wanted to buy it. I am always up for a road trip with my girls, so off we went. What happened next was unexpected and shows that life can change in an instant for anyone.
http://www.kpax.com/story/29307910/2-crashes-tie-up-traffic-in-arlee Click above for video, Em is in purple all the way to the left.
In the end, both girls were loaded into ambulances and taken to Missoula. Em and I did make it to the yard sale and she scored a vintage oil lamp. Later, my daughter called and said, that thru some deducting (when I am trying to calm folks, I babble like a idiot) the friend of the Mom I was taking to, found my daughter on Facebook (thru the yard sale!) and emailed her with the info that both girls are doing just fine and they thanked the both of us for stopping and helping. That was nice. My daughter was worried about one of the girls. :) So there you have it, what could have been an ordinary day of errand running and such, turned into a day of being good Samaritans and doing what the good Lord would want us all to do. Heck, I can get my hair cut any day. :) Always, Kit