FOR TODAY … 2 June 2009
Outside My Window… Partly cloudy sky, warm & a bit humid…the morning after a good thunder storm. Welders working on the new Medical building out back. I wonder which floor I’ll be on!?
I am thinking… I need help with my job.
I am thankful for… my job, my family, my garden.
From the kitchen… Leftover ham, lentil & yellow split pea soup? Or maybe a roasted chicken from the store as I discovered last night that my pantry is pretty empty…couldn’t even make biscuits to go with the soup I made! Sheesh.
I am wearing… Tan crop pants, brown shirt, betulas, and hair down.
I am creating… I’m still working on my sister’s crazy quilt…and her birthday was two days ago. Good grief.
I am going… finish the self-supporting budgets today.
I am reading… Country Matters By Michael Korda.
I am hoping… My constant wish ~ That everyone that is looking for a job, finds one.
I am hearing… The start of the HVAC humming on the roof top…voices from the next door office…welders and beeping from the construction out back.
Around the house… a bathroom that needs to be cleaned. Egads the floor is filthy.
One of my favorite things… rain…and hour of rain…soak it up my wee plants!
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… Cross my fingers that the little female cat I saw on Sunday at the Humane Society is still there on Friday so I can adopt her!
Here are two pictures thought I’d share with you… I took these photos of wildflowers near the Hobart Mills Road off of Hwy 89, just north of Truckee, CA.
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