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Old 01-29-2007, 09:09 AM   #1
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I just got a lecture about how to drive in the snow...
I guess that means he loves me.....

I am off to Curves, to the grocery store and to check on my little deer.

Curious...I sent you more pictures *grin...cause the secretary took the wrong deer the first time around. He had been adopted by a little herd.
And he still has his spots.
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Old 01-29-2007, 02:22 PM   #2
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cant wait to see the new deer photos

i dont have to work on Mondays .... its laundry, laundry, and more laundry.
its amazing how many dirty clothes a family of 4 can pile up in just a couple days

I'm reading a book called the 36 hour day. Its a book about dementia and alzheimers. Its written for the caregiver and so far it has been a wealth of information.... i hope to finish it, probally not today, but in the next 2-3 days. I have to write a 500 word "report" on it at work BUT for doing so i get a 50 dollar giftcard to where ever i want

Monday is the day i clean my rabbit's cage, and the day i strip the beds and wash sheets.
i'm going to try my hand at making another pie crust just as soon as i get off the computer. The one i made the other day did NOT turn out i guess i'll make another lemon pie as the one i made the other day tasted yummy. (even though the crust looked REALLY bad )
thats about it.... a fairly easy day.....
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Old 01-29-2007, 03:31 PM   #3
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I'm taking it fairly easy today. It's very hot and humid and I feel exhausted even though I just woke up. My daughter and I drove a fair way yesterday to shop in a brand new Ikea store which was a little bit like going to a foreign city that was all inside a giant building. It was very weird and very exhausting. At one stage we thought about making one of the displays our new home and I could have easily made a cuppa and then fallen asleep on one of their beds.

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Old 01-29-2007, 07:22 PM   #4
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I worked my tailfeathers off and the steam totally left me at 3 pm and had 2 more hours to go at work. And that was after having the sleep study last night with very little sleep, LOL.

Actually, my feathers didn't fall off, but my brain had to go on overdrive for the tasks at hand and when I got the biggest one done, my brain went 'whoooosh', like the air out of a balloon.

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Old 01-29-2007, 08:24 PM   #5
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I get to go shopping tomorrow for... a dress!
I am sooo not the type to wear a dress!!
I have to buy one though, with my son's wedding coming up.
I FINALLY got rid of all the lil fleas.hahaha
We are now egg and flea free I'm soooo happy bout that!!
I have a friend coming over one day this week.. for what has turned into our weekly coffee get together.
She and i both love flavored coffee,so she has been bringing me a lil bag of something different each time now!
Soon,i will need a cabinet just to store all of my coffee
At the end of the week i will be taking my daughter for her first appt with a physciatrist.
I am hoping that turns out good...
Thats about it..Oh and wishing for all the snow to melt

Goofy-It sounds to me like your just NOT takin it ez today..LOL
I do hope you enjoyed your day off though.
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Old 01-29-2007, 09:24 PM   #6
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Thankyou, Kell.
I was enjoying my day off. I even had a sleep before midday. I was more tired than I thought.
Now I have to do some windows vista training course online before the end of today. sheesh. How boring. I'll probably need another sleep. lol
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Old 01-30-2007, 01:47 AM   #7
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they are down loading now..should up on nt soon...
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Old 01-30-2007, 06:42 AM   #8
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I'm sitting here laughing because I never read this thread before thinking you all were talking about what's for dinner.

Today I'm only working 1/2 a day and then I'm heading to Barnes and Noble to spend some time "away" and have a nice big hot fancy coffee they have there. I love to sit in one of those big comfy chairs and just relax, watch people and spend some "moi" time.

My pdoc recommended a book and hopefully it's out now. It's called Happines, A Guide to Developing Life's Most Important Skill by Mattieu Riccard. Another one she recommended is Getting Back to Life When Grief Won't Heal by Phyllis Kosminsky.

That is depending on the weather. We're expecting snow and bitter cold. But............I'm going anyway.
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Old 01-30-2007, 07:47 AM   #9
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LOL @ BJ..

..well I could talk alot about food, comfort food. Woke up to a winter wonderland and it's still coming down. Blustery weather makes me think about making soup, or mac n cheese. Mr.Alffe always says when the temps get this low, it's too cold to snow. WRONG! And there are a lot of tracks in our back yard...can't decide if it's Cooper or a deer wandered in. Mr.Alffe just put his pants on to go have a look...and that's really breaking a tradition..he always goes out for the paper in his shorts...showing off his cute legs. LOL

I may pass on leaving the house today.
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Old 01-30-2007, 08:13 AM   #10
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Alffe...in his shorts. Hmmm I'd like to see those cute legs of his.

I can't understand why when we're expecting snow they say on TV that people are flocking to the store for milk and bread. When we're expecting snow I go for ice cream and popcorn.

You must have a very big yard to have deer in it Alffe. My yard is very small but I have it fixed up. I get an occasional possum and tons of squirrels. But I do have lots of birds. Oh and skunks. I had one in my garage the other night and wow does it stink.

I'm feeding and caring for a colony of feral cats. I keep the door ajar and leave food and water in there. I try to keep them warm by a portable heater I leave on a few hours every night but it's still cold in there.

I'm wracking my brains trying to figure out something for them to sleep in. I made a bed out of boxes and put blankets in there but they get wet. Does anyone have any ideas?

I hope it snows because I love it. We're expecting it 3 times this week so cross fingers.
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