FOR TODAY … 23 February 2009
Outside My Window… sun and blue sky, fresh snow from the weekend
I am thinking… that I need an early bedtime tonight after the Oscars last night. 😮
I am thankful for… our jobs and a current mortgage.
From the kitchen… ham that I roasted over the weekend… all twenty pounds of it! But it sure is good with that molasses/orange juice/mustard glaze and those cloves. 😉 I’ll be making split pea soup sometime this week from that bodacious hambone.
I am wearing… black jersey cardian over a dark purple top, black slacks, and black beaded necklace.
I am creating… a little beading.
I am going… to Whole Foods Market for some supplements tonight.
I am reading… Jane Seymour’s Making Yourself at Home: Finding Your Creativity and Putting It All Together. Some great design tips and fun ways to spark personalization around the house…
I am hoping… that Grandma continues to hold her own through some challenging health sutff.
I am hearing… traffic and someone elsewhere in the suite on the phone.
Around the house… a little dusting and vacuum is in order.
One of my favorite things… a bright, sunny day after days and days of gray skies.
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… helping hubby get ready for his trip to Florida with his mom.
My Picture Thought … is called “Spring Window”, by Timothy Easton. Someday soon… *sigh*
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