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FOR TODAY … 3 October 2008

Outside My Window… Chester (my black squirrel neighbor) continues his nut relocation program across the main road, making me a nervous wreck.  Hopefully he’ll be sufficiently stored and done with this madness soon.

I am thinking… it’s going to be a nice, quiet week with most of my co-workers in Vegas for a trade show.

I am thankful for… the mild day today and even warmer day tomorrow (70 degrees!)  We got a little taste of winter last week and I clearly am not ready.

From the kitchen… leftover chunky veggie lasagna.

I am wearing… a pink cardigan, V-neck tee, brown pants and my Born clogs.

I am creating… my calendar sampler quilt… now attaching rows together even though I have two blocks left to assemble.

I am going… to the dental surgeon today for another check-up on my recent post implant.  The top screw was coming loose over the weekend, but I don’t think anything is seriously wrong.

I am reading… John Adams by David McCullough.  Excellent, excellent biography of this amazing man.

I am hoping… for no snow until January.  😉

I am hearing… my spaceheater.

Around the house… all cleaned up and laundered up over the weekend, so I can focus on quilting every spare minute this week.  I want this quilt top done!

One of my favorite things… watching our new “Star Trek: The Next Generation” DVDs with my hubby half the day (like we did yesterday.)

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… sewing and goofing off at work.  😮

My Picture Thought … I am missing Denmark, so thought I’d trot out a pic of one my favorite houses that I saw there, in the town of Troense.  Oh yes, I could quite happy here.  It’s on a bit of bluff up from the road, and overlooks a marina and harbor and a bit of sea.

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