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Mosquito Magnet
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I woke up this morning and noticed a weird bug bite on my foot. It's not a mosquito bite. I guess I'm just a walking buffet for bugs.

My Mom's decided to stay until tomorrow. So, we have her here tonight as well. Yay! She'll probably be coming back sometime next week. Double yay! I like seeing her more often. It's one of the reasons we chose to move out to this area.

We visited with Nana again today. We were there for a little over three hours. Gabriel was, for the most part, very well behaved. When he started fussing we headed out. It's nice having my Nana close by (about a ten minute drive) and knowing we can visit whenever we want to. She seems to be adjusting to the place rather well.

When we headed out we made a stop at the grocery store for some things. After dropping off the groceries I ran back into The Virginia to drop off some magazines for my Nana, but my Mom had beat me to the punch and had given her the same magazines this morning. We then grabbed some dinner from Gyros West and brought it home.

When we got back home, I was swarmed by mosquitos (about 10-20 of them) on the short walk between the car and the apartment door. When we were stopped at the Gyros place there were some on the windows of the car trying to get in. I don't know why, but I'm a mosquito magnet. No sir, I don't like it.

Mom got to the apartment shortly after we did. We had our dinner and killed a whole slew of mosquitos that had gotten into the house. Of course, they were all found wherever I was. Gah. We watched some weird show on the travel channel called Bizarre Foods (or something like that) and I'm working on getting the towels and bathmat laundered up. Gabriel's in his pyjamas, but is still awake.

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