FOR TODAY … 9 February 2009
Outside My Window… Dark…horizon has a purple glow…sky is white with blowing snow. It be chilly out there!
I am thinking… Stupid Nevada weather. 60F then 30F then 60F then 46F then 60F then 34F. Grrrrr. Thank goodness I don’t have fruit trees.
I am thankful for… my space heater, again. Heat my tootsies, please!
From the kitchen… a new recipe I tried from
LAILA ~ Ground Meat Phyllo Pie. It was quite yummie! I added a salad of sliced cucumbers & red onions with garlic red wine vinegar.
I am wearing… blue jeans, tennies, fuzzy grey pullover with rolled neck.
I am creating… a quilt. I’m sketching an idea for a quilt using 1930’s reproduction fabrics.
I am going… to call my husband to thank him for washing the bed sheets…he’s not very good at laundry, but he trys.
I am reading… gardening books…and Hobby Farm magazine.
I am hoping… that my pepper seeds start to sprout. It’s a bit cold in our house and I keep moving them around to find a warm spot.
I am hearing… quiet. Nice quiet.
Around the house… A patched hole in the wall from the doorknob. Clean kitchen. New bird feeder to replace an old broken one. More cleaning/clearing of the flower beds.
One of my favorite things… snuggling under 4 quilts while it’s cold outside…hitting the alarm clock and telling it FIVE MORE MINUTES!
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… take down some quilt blocks to start fancy hand stitching and appliquing on them (crazy quilt blocks).
Here is a picture thought I’d share with you…
GLOBAL WARMING PROTEST!
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