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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Time flies when....or trying the bullet thing

After working five nights in a row, I have had a very enjoyable first day off. I know you all are very interested in what made my day so pleasant.


  • Took sleeping bags to some kids who are going to Sea World.
  • Went to Sam's.....checked out behind a guy who was shopping for a restaurant... His cart was very interesting.
  • Cleaned and did laundry while listening to Focus on the Family...and hid some more of my husbands very important stuff.
  • Went to Big Lots (again) to use my 20% off coupon. Yes, the cuddler was still there. I could have saved $80 if I had waited for that coupon.
  • E-mailed my boss and apologized for insisting that he tell me what I needed to know about the unit meeting yesterday morning instead of staying and actually going to the meeting.
  • Watched an episode of The Fugitive while eating taco salad. I am more than half through them. Today he was a migrant farm worker in the Rio Grande Valley and saved Lt. Gerard's life when a hurricane blew a plank off the shelter and severed an artery in his arm. Jonesie, played by actor Tim McIntire, is a farm worker with a guitar providing running commentary via folk songs throughout the episode. His real parents are in this episode, too. If you think I know way too much about this TV series, you could be right.
  • Found a new book (Picture Perfect by Jodi Piccoult) and a new pianist (Evgeny Kissin) to put on my player.
  • Messed with some of my grandchildren on facebook. I posted this photo of one of their cousins who infamously likes his other grandmother better than me. She is properly chagrined about the situation, but a little smug at the same time.
Please join me in hoping my husband does not ask me what I did today when he gets home.

4 comments:

Finding Joy in Him said...

I had to look up that word. Glad you had a nice day.

Jenny

Elayne said...

Hope I spelled it right.

Camezi said...

Yeah, because if you don't spell it right, one of your daughters will correct you.

Wendy said...

We have to use a dictionary now to read blogs? That just goes over the line. I guess I better to find out what you're saying about my MIL. Read that author before. I really liked her.