My Finance

I was looking back at my recent posts, and I noticed that I referred to Jason as my “finance.” We (especially I) had a good laugh over this. We jokingly refer to each other as “my FEE-aahns” anyway, so the fact that I muddled it up even more, well, it was funny to us. I thought when I first typed it that it didn’t look right, but I was more focused on the French masculine vs. feminine thing and wondering if I had the right amount of e’s. The bottom line is that, though he takes very good care of me, he is not my finance. Am I going to go back and change it? No. If someone wants to think he is my “finance,” let him.

What a day today has been! Strangeness in the air. Ever have days like that? I don’t think I have ever handled as many pieces of paper in my life!! I know I haven’t. I processed pounds and pounds of paper today! Ohhhhhh, bright colors and lots of cardstock. Yum. And working with the public. Have you done that? Well, now, that can be interesting.

I wanted to share a couple of photos. Recently I was with all four of my “babies” at one time! It rarely happens. My dear Jason got them all together without telling me, so when I came home from work one evening not long ago we had a catered meal and lots of time to talk and laugh.

The butterflies like John.
Daniel, Michaela, me, John, Big Joe

How I love these children! They make my heart sing. Maybe it was Dr. Phil who said we are only as happy as our saddest child. True. These children were my world when they were growing up. To educate them, teach them, love them, hold them — that was my day-to-day life. To have them all around me like this now… I am so happy.

Gotta run. I need to put a listing on my shop website at A Bit of Birdsong.

Enjoy this day.

Lynn

5 thoughts on “My Finance”

  1. Way too funny about the fiance bit.

    Having the kids altogether like that is such a treat. Our daughter hasn’t lived with us for about three years now. She just kept spending the night with her now-husband and just never came home. LOL. They live just up the road from us, but we all get so busy sometimes that we can go weeks without seeing each other.

    1. It IS a treat! Cannot believe our children are old enough to be grown and married! Same here: even though we live close together we can go weeks without seeing each other. xxLynn

  2. I’m confused too. 🙂 You know me, I didn’t see anything wrong with the way you had spelled it. It didn’t even register. Love you Lynn.

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