Tuesday, July 10, 2007

two many problems . . .

One, not much of anything going on Berry genetic genealogy-wise, and two, grandkids week.

Grandkids week means that we spend a lot of time either at the cabin (no internet connection) or in some activity.    This week we have performances of Evita and Forever Plaid scheduled for Wednesday and Friday evenings, respectively.    A trip to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center near Washington Dulles on Thursday [this is the facility where they exhibit all the stuff that's too big to fit the National Air and Space Museum on the Mall in D.C., e.g., the Enola Gay and the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird.] with the possibility of the horse races at Charles Town that evening.    Our grandkids are down to three this week because three of the five are in college next year and two of them have jobs.    The 'wow' factor becomes a little more difficult each year as they get older.

We're in town this evening because I also have to deal with a defroster heater that burned out on my one year two month old, one year guarantee refrigerator.


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