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Saturday, September 10, 2011

New mobile app! I love toys!

I am posting this from about 30,000 feet. We're on the plane headed to Orlando. I love technology and all my toys. I did get my iPad and so far I love it. Of course the girls have used it as much as I have so far since they have been watching videos since we got on the plane.

The moon was lovely this morning as we drive to the airport. I didn't realize it was a full moon this weekend with the anniversary of 9-11.

My godmother received some news this week that the pathology report shows microscopic invasion of her cancer. So far it seems it shouldn't change the plan for treatment with radiation but we're still waiting on some more special tests and a PET scan. I'm praying age won't need chemotherapy. But, she's doing very well after the surgery so far.

Lots on my mind today.

Oh and here's something no parent wants to hear six hours before leaving for the airport: Mom, sister threw up. Nobody panic

Great. So I spent two hours cleaning up the child and the mess. So far she seems fine. Fingers crossed. It's no fun to have a sick kid on vacation.

Gotta go as we're beginning our descent. Good day all!


  1. Glad you like the iPad. Have a great vacation!

  2. Hope you have a great vacation. I was always the child who got sick in moving vehicles. I love that my mom took care of me without complaining. I always carry dramamine in my purse.
    Try the Weight Watchers Kitchen Companion free APP. I just found it--it's great. You don't have to be a weight watcher member. The recipes are great. I like the put in three ingredients and they'll find recipes for you feature.

  3. First step on your iPad - download books! OK there are some good professional apps, but I'm sure you know that from your iPhone. See if you can't wrangle some mobile goodies from those drug reps or vendors at the convention. (Although I personally abhor drug reps because of the expense they add to the cost of medications.)

  4. Download the boggle app for the ipad! Your kids will enjoy it!

  5. How cool is that -you are so high tech!

    I have traveled with sick kids before and it's no fun for anyone!

  6. Now you are in the new Mile High club!
    The one for Tekkies!
    Have a safe fun trip!

  7. Hi its really very nice blog,very useful information --Mobiles


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