FOR TODAY … 9 December 2008 (I missed my Monday; was SO swamped yesterday and worked almost 11 hours.)
Outside My Window… only ugliness LOL! Snow melting under a driving rain and all is dingy and dark gray.
I am thinking… that I drank too much coffee this morning.
I am thankful for… lower gas prices!
From the kitchen… probably something carry-out. Tonight we study for hubby’s final exams tomorrow.
I am wearing… a dark plum velvet & lace shirt over a black tank, black slacks. And a necklace I made, lariat-style.
I am creating… nothing, with study-fever sweeping through the house. 😦
I am going… to call Grandma and see how she’s doing after her cataract surgery.
I am reading… The Mother Tongue ~ English and How It Got That Way (very interesting… and funny!) [Yes, I know this has been in this slot for some time; I’m too sleepy at night to get more than a few pages in, so it’s taking forever! I am usually a pretty fast reader.]
I am hoping… to have lunch or dinner with a very special friend from my childhood, when she comes to town later this month.
I am hearing… cars driving on very wet roads.
Around the house… just a little laundry to do.
One of my favorite things… organizing my planner (Filofax) for the coming new year. I am such a geek…
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… helping hubby study, sewing, and getting to the beadstore for some supplies. 🙂
My Picture Thought … where I want to be right now (especially with my Shadow-girl back)
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