More Photos for December:
Day 13: Composition - The building I work in, and the tree I like to gaze at during meetings (I think I took this in September)
Day 14: Drink - My drink is still Diet Pepsi
Day 15, Lights: My grandpa's tree...Chelsea took this picture today
I'd say more but I'm still recovering...The immediate care center gave me an antibiotic, and I'm actually taking it, that's how bad I feel. Well, felt - I am feeling better than I was.
So, okay, here's a thing - today was my great-aunt's birthday party (this is my grandma's sister). We were supposed to have her party last week but we had snow and ice so we had to reschedule.
My aunt (my mom's sister) was in charge of bringing the birthday cake this time. So, when it's time to put the candles on, this is what she comes up with:
Do you see a giant piece of cake missing from the corner? Because I do.
We all stared at Aunt Sondra in disbelief, and she said, "What? I was stuck in the house with Alyssa all week, and the cake was going to go bad, so I gave her a piece. Just don't say anything about it and no one will notice."
NO ONE WILL NOTICE?
So this cake wasn't meant to be eaten, Aunt Sondra had bought another cake that wasn't a week old to actually eat. Why couldn't we put the candles on that?
I've mentioned before that my brother is completely obnoxious, AND that we're very much alike. In unison, we both said, "I don't care how old my cake is or how hungry you get, please don't EVER give me a cake with a piece missing out of it." LOL
So that's all...my aunt is something else. She is my grandma multiplied by about a thousand. Audacious to the most outrageous.
My great-aunt Edie is the sweetest, gentlest soul in the world, so of course she didn't say anything about the missing piece.
Dwayne loves to point out how sweet and gentle she is and what in the world happened to the rest of us.