So much for the laid back European lifestyle, huh? Those cops in Belgium are on triple shifts backtracking on investigations into something they knew was going on and "someone" saw as not much of a threat. Either that or there's just too much anarchy to handle. Either way, it doesn't bode well for homeland security. Kinda' like here in the US. They are here and they are plotting. Our attention should be not on building walls that can be jumped or blown up but on teaching people how to live in community during the hard times.
Babysister called yesterday while I was at the sawmill so we caught up after work. She's had a heckuva' time what with Mr. BS passing and her falling while getting her toes done plus there's all those thank you notes to write. Annie calls most every day just to say hi in her cheery little voice or share another story about she and BS and Mom and Daddy when they were growing up. You can't buy that kind of story telling. One of Mom and Daddy's couple friends stopped by for some business and we talked about how we miss them. I also saw the very nurse who cared for Mom during her assisted living time. It's a small world.
Dental work hasn't been in the budget for some years now so it's not a big surprise that I have a toothache that feels like the size of Texas. My friendly GP called in an antibiotic PLUS a pro just to keep things balanced and whatnot. Gotta' love the old school practitioners who cover all their bases. I'm smooth out of anything for pain except ibuprofen so there you go.
And tomorrow is Good Friday ^j^