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Monday, April 7, 2014

In 'n out....

   He told me yesterday that there was a team meeting this morning at his place and I arrived to find out that the meeting is next Monday.  I took him to get a snack and tubes for his smokes and took him back home.  I am proud of him today for surrendering on an issue that we have been struggling with for the past week.  He stopped arguing with me about it.
  The phone thing is still up in the air, but hopefully his electric bill will be less and he will have the funds to have his phone fixed, or better yet, just use the cheap Cricket phone he already has and is using.  He is being more reasonable.
   I invited him to our house tonight.  I purchased some hot wings and chips and we watched half of the NCAA final tonight, KY and UCON.  He is a huge Cats fan!  He is going home during half time.  He was tired.  He usually conks out early and gets up early.  It went well.  He really is a good guy when he isn't being arguemenative or irritable.

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Hi, I am Teri West, a wife, retired home schooling mom, 2nd year breast cancer survivor, crafter, musician, and primitive artist living and working in Kentuckiana, (the Louisville, KY and S. Indiana area). My family heritage is in the hills of Eastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio. I grew up in Louisville, Ky and attended Eastern KY University and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, graduating with degrees from both in education. I married in 1979 and have three grown children, one a degreed artist, one a techie/artist, and an autistic one, a photographic artist. Hubby is a techie. I work out of my home creating primitive items for friends, family, and you. My loves are American folk music, primitive crafting, and American folk art which all emanate from my devotion to my faith, family and friends. I belong to the Louisville Dulcimer Society and I play mountain dulcimer, guitar, violin, native flute, tin whistle, bowed psaltry, and ukelele as well.