As I was making a list of items needed on the next shopping trip, I noticed Kalisha's bottle of mouthwash was nearly empty. Her tube of toothpaste had the life squeezed out of it, too.
Many people have asked me how long it took to write the book about Kalisha.
As nearly everyone knows, Kalisha is a techie kind of girl.
Kalisha likes to do her own grocery shopping, with her own cart. After several mishaps we have come to an agreement.
Kalisha is notoriously inept when it comes to money. She is terrific with eBay and PayPal but not so good with a simple purchase at a store or fast food joint.
Kalisha is going to be 30 years old on February 6. She is planning a big party on Sunday, February 9. She has been talking about this since September.
It has been a while since I played a board game with Kalisha. We play UNO quite often with a group of people. She usually wins at UNO but has learned to graciously accept defeat when necessary.
Kalisha likes Christmas for the right reason: Jesus' birth. She also likes celebrations, music and festivities. She also likes the idea of gifts. Giving AND getting.
My country girl has gone classical, at least for an evening.
I usually tell about Kalisha's good heart, her generosity and kindness. (Makes her sound like she should be nominated for sainthood, doesn't it?