Our oldest daughter got the distinct pleasure of being the designated driver (DD) last night! Lucky girl! She knew that she had to work today, so she did not want to be drinking, working hangover sucks! Her friends, who now live in the city, decided that they wanted to go to the bar, Live, in town after they had already started drinking. So, they called our daughter to see if she would drive to the city to pick them up and then drive back to the bar in Beaumont. I was surprised that she said yes, but she did. She thinks that part of the reason they were going to a bar in town was so that she could come. At some point, they decided they wanted to go to some party. A party with a whole bunch of kids that they went to school with, who were never very nice to her. I know people say to grow up, but not that much time has passed since they graduated and kids hang on to petty things. So, needless to say, she was not very comfortable at this party. She tried to convince them to come to our house for the countdown, and then she would drive them home afterwards, but good luck reasoning with young drunk people – or any drunk people for that matter! So, long story short, she got passed off at her friends and went and sat alone in her car for the New Years countdown, which sucks, especially since it was her first New Years eve not spent at home! Right afterwards, she said that they were kicking everyone out anyway, so she drove her friends back to the city and then drove home. By the time she got home it was almost 1:00 and she was not very happy. I don’t think she had much fun at all. (My stupid keyboard is on a French Canadian setting I think, because when I try to type an apostrophe, this is what shows up: è…so annoying! So I’m intentionally spelling the word wrong, so that it corrects it for me and adds the appropriate apostrophe!) Isn’t being the designated driver fun! Well, I guess it is a learning experience for her. We’ve all been there at least once! (Oh great, I need to figure out how to change this keyboard, for question marks it is doing this: É. ARGH! Too frustrating!)
She did end up getting to bed quite late, which is no fun when you work the next day the rest of us had a super lazy day. We didn’t do anything much. Played a couple games, watched a couple shows on TV when she got home from work. A very lazy day! We did make a mummy supper. We chopped up onions, peppers, celery, garlic, mushrooms and fried it with Italian sausages. We added a can of diced tomatoes and some spices of course and served it over tortellini. It was excellent! Very tasty indeed. The highlight of my boring day was a good meal. Of course, none of the kids liked it, not even our oldest, which totally surprised me. I thought she would at least appreciate it, but no. She said it wasn’t saucy enough and just didn’t appeal to her. sheesh! Kids just don’t get how lucky they really are. Oh well, my hubby and I really enjoyed it! It is getting late, it is 1:36AM, I’m surprised my hubby isn’t in bed yet. He couldn’t sleep last night and woke up at 6:00 am after going to bed really late. Knowing him, he has fallen asleep watching TV or playing a video game. Well, even if he’s not, I am going to bed now. Night all🌛🌠.
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