FOR TODAY … 15 December 2008 

Outside My Window… brownish grass, very high winds

I am thinking… that I cannot wait for my days off later this month!

I am thankful for… my hubby, who worked tirelessly this weekend on winterizing-type projects.  😉

From the kitchen… I don’t know yet; getting groceries on my way home.

I am wearing… dark grey blouse, black slacks, earrings I made

I am creating… back to working on my Thimbleberries quilt.

I am going… to the Cranbrook Institute this Friday with my mom; will focus on the science museum, but may have time to check out the art museum too.  Cranbrook is a wonderful local establishment that also includes private schools, a theatre, and renowned gardens.

I am reading… I am between books, but am awaiting the next installment in the Fairacre series by Miss Read.

I am hoping… that my sore throat does not mean I’m getting a cold, and is merely a product of very dry air.  Yes, that must be it.  😉  I am flat-out ignoring my earache.

I am hearing… Danish radio online

Around the house… need to change the linens out; time for the new featherbed my mother-in-law just gave us!  🙂

One of my favorite things… a clear desk; being all caught up.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… meetings at work.

My Picture Thought … this windmill on the Danish island of Langeland houses an absolutely delightful antique shop.  A fabric shop with some excellent deals was in an adjoining building.



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