The Eyes Have It

I spent the weekend with Mom, who had a cataract removed from her left eye - the next day at post-op, she had gone from 20/400 to 20/40.  I'd say it was well worth it.

After that we went to Maison Robert, a chocolatier in Atlanta, where we bought a few little things for Christmas.  And then, we went to Perimeter Mall, where I used to work, because apparently we thought it would be fun to spend time fighting crowds in overheated department stores.

The capstone of the evening was Saturday, when I made Mom a huge tuna casserole.  We both love it, Matt hates it - so I got to enjoy something that's usually not a dinner option.  It was awesome.  The secret is to use more cheese than you should.

Anyway, this morning, I came back to Nashville, and now I'm packing for my last trip of the year.  I'm pretty excited about it, to be honest.  I like the customer, it's a good location, and it's MY LAST TRIP OF THE YEAR.  I mean, kaboom!

And then it's home, bake, work, craft, wrap, party, travel, party, travel, work, laundry, wrap, pack, travel, party, party, travel...

You get the idea.

I'm in a good place.  I just need to get through this week, and the rest of the year takes care of itself.

Oh, holy...night.