I spent the night at Stephanie’s again but this time she was home and she made a wonderful dinner and we played games.
Her darling husband Terry was there.
Stephanie always says that when I get feeble she’s going to take care of me. I am counting on Terry to protect me from her.
Also present my sweet niece and Steph’s baby sister, Laura and Laura’s son Scott.I could go on and on about how much Laura loves her boy but they say a picture is worth a thousand words.
He’s much older now but she still looks at him the same way.
Scott minds Ray for me whenever I go away.He stays at my apartment because as you know I don’t want Ray upset in any way.
I’m going away for one night next week with Julie and Scott has “kindly” agreed to care for my boy.
Why is”kindly” in quotes?
First of all I’ve tried to ignore the fact that I’ve heard Scott and Stephanie refer to Ray as “not all there” but something happened last night that made me think I may be too forgiving.
We were sitting down to dinner and Ray took his usual spot at the table.
Just a reminder
Since Ray was already seated and there were only 5 chairs I asked Scott if just this once he’d mind eating standing up.
Well you can imagine my shock when without a howdy do he just walked over to Ray’s chair and tipped it so Ray went flying.
Not wanting to ruin the tone of the evening I said nothing. I did give him quite an angry glare though so he’d know that I was displeased.
I’m thinking that if he treats my dog like this IN FRONT OF ME who knows what goes on when Scott is left to his own devices.
I think I’m going to buy a few of those penguins with cameras in them and leave them around next week just to keep an eye out.
In spite of that a good time was had by all.
The next morning Steph and I went shopping and while we were driving I happened to mention the meatballs and spaghetti that I had waiting for her and Terry when they came back from their last trip. Maybe I was waiting for some compliments since my meatballs are stellar.
“My meatballs have been called stellar” I gave her a little nudge.
“Well they gave me diarrhea”
That made me hot under the collar.
“Something else made you sick. Terry and I were fine.”
“I have some of them leftover in the freezer. If I get diarrhea again you can shove your meatballs up your ass.”
I am still trying to remember if I ever spoke to my Aunt Ray like that.