Monday, October 6, 2008

Wagon ride

When we first arrived at the retreat we were asked to sign up for several sessions of classes and activities. Mom and I signed up for the wagon ride during the activity hour. Even though I was sick I decided I could use a little fresh air.

I'd like to point out that on the program for the retreat it states "please be considerate" when it comes to time to go to bed. There is no set time for lights out, as we are all adult women and don't need to be told what to do.

Well, I've found that some adult women (specifically those ladies from Kenai!) need to be told when to go to bed. They came into the cabin late (11:30!) laughing and shrieking and talking and goofing off. I was cranky but didn't say a word. Then in the morning they were all talking loud and laughing again. I rolled over in my sleeping bag and faced the wall so the light wouldn't shine in my eyes.

I'm sure if I wasn't so sick I wouldn't have minded and I'm glad they all had such a wonderful time at the retreat. They sure sounded like they did.

Mom is in the middle pic all bundled to her is a NOISY Kenai lady.


Aunt Krissy said...

Na, 11.30pm is that time that if you do come in, you be quite! thats only polite! 9pm? thats ok if your loud!

are you feeling better?

tainterturtles said...

Your mom looks like such a nice lady. Yeah, you can tell those ladies sitting next to your mom are real troublemakers....I can tell by the smiles on their faces, hee, hee!

patty s said...

awww- your mom looks great! Those Kenai people don't get out much! (i can say that cause i did live there a few years)