6:14 am - Camille Rose (Baby A) is born, weighing 6 pounds, 10 ounces.
6:15 am - Norah Lou (Baby B) is born, weighing 6 pounds, 2 ounces.
6:53 am - Grandma freaks out when she sees the photo - uncontrollable emotional outburst.
It happened quickly. Labor started around 4:00 am and they called the hospital and were told the hospital was full, they would have to go to another. How stressful is that when you are having twins and this has been a high risk pregnancy? They were on their way to another hospital when they heard that they could get into their hospital, so they headed straight to an operating room on arrival. Less than an hour later, the twins were born. Mom and babies are doing well. I am an emotional wreck.
Saturday, October 12. I awoke this morning to NO INTERNET - and had to do house cleaning instead of surfing. I can only relate this to the change that I made to my Cox services that are effective today. A technician showed up at my house this morning to deliver a cable box and install it. On Thursday, I called to decrease the internet service that I had since it was way more than what I could ever use and I learned that they were offering a bundle that included Cable TV for the same price for a year. Now, I just have to remember to call them a year from now to negotiate for another package.
Yesterday, I went to a few garage sales in the morning with Connie and then spent a few hours cleaning the front and patio sides of my house. Yea - the windows are all clean too! This really does reduce the dusty feel and smell to everything. This morning, I got the insides of the windows cleaned.
I went to Dirtwater Springs for dinner with Chris and Norm last night. Norm and I ordered Old Fashioneds and had a toast to Mike. Unfortunately, they were not like the old fashioneds I know - I wouldn't order one again. Guess I have to wait for Hoovey to mix me up a good one when he gets here.
Sunday, October 13. It has been a long, sad 8 months since Mike passed away. There isn't a day that I don't look at his photo and wish that he were still here. Love you Mike!