Hi everyone! Hows your week been? We had a pretty busy weekend! On Saturday, in a continued celebration of Abby's birthday, Jimmy's sister and brother-in-law and their kids came over for a BBQ. It was a great day! It almost didn't happen at all because Jimmy and Diana were having a huge fight that morning. Jimmy ended up telling us that he called everyone and told them not to come over. Then he came back and said, "Are we going to have this barbeque or not?" and it turned out he didn't tell anyone not to come over. But when Diana and him were arguing over it, Jimmy really did call everyone and tell them not to come over. Then Jimmy left. Shortly thereafter, Diana called him and begged him to just call everyone back and have them come, because it was supposed to be for Abby's birthday and Abby was all excited about seeing her cousins and swimming in the pool with them and everything. Right after they hung up, Jimmy called my phone, because I guess Diana didn't answer hers. Diana didn't want me to answer my phone, but Jimmy kept calling back over and over again, and the phone vibrated so much that it fell right off the table! So finally I answered it. Jimmy said, he called everyone back and told them, the party is back on, and they should come over. So I hung up and told Diana that the party was back on. And Diana said, "No, no, no! Now I don't want anyone coming over here! Call him back and tell him no." I was starting to become schizophrenic from all of the changes! I am not good with changes. When something changes suddenly, I get really nervous. It takes me a while to start readjusting my brain, because I have to erase my visions of what I thought was going to happen, and try to make new visions of what is now going to happen, and try to assure myself that those new things are going to be okay. When things change suddenly fifty times in the course of ten minutes, I start to hyperventilate! Luckily it all turned out well, at least as far as the party goes. The peeps all came over and had a great time. Jimmy's family is really nice, especially his parents. His mom told me to call her Mom or Grandma, and they always hug me when they see me and they talk to me and act like I belong there. Diana's family always treats me like I belong, too. I wonder if thats how most families are. By the way, don't forget to check out my other blog, Slow Down, Gym Shoe! to see what the kids and I have been up to! We had a really cool day yesterday!