Saturday, August 21, 2010

Unexpected Guests

OK, not exactly.  A few weeks ago my daughter announced that they'd be here this Shabbat, but I took for granted that they'd be leaving after Shabbat.  That's the usual routine, but after Shabbat, granddaughter #2 announced that she wanted to stay over.  OK, both granddaughters had spent almost two weeks at their other grandmother's house.  So, all of a sudden plans changed.

My daughter (and son-in-law) had a meeting in Ofra with the couple running the nursery school the young man will attend next year, so they decided to leave the kids for us to watch, go to the meeting, then come back and they'd all sleep over.  Tomorrow they'd leave one or two kids and then do whatever's planned.

Fine with me!


Keli Ata said...

What a blessing to have so many relatives!

You really are good at flying by the seat of your pants. You just seem to adapt to change incredibly easy.

Wish I were able to. Any change puts me into frantic mode.

Batya said...

Thank G-d, they are a gift. Actually I do need prep time, so I try to have what's needed for surprises.