listening to traffic and tv noise. Typical nightly stuff around here.
eating nothing right now.
drinking ice water. Lots and lots of ice water.
wearing comfy clothes.
feeling a little homesick. Big Kline family reunion today back in O-hi-o.
wanting a pedicure.
needing a job.
thinking about the future and what's next.
enjoying the day with my man. love. him.
wondering what in the Sam hill I need to do to get some visitors out here! (Thought about my grandma Kline a lot today. She used to use the phrase "what in the Sam hill?" all the stinkin' time.)
loving the week in the life project that scrapbookers all over are starting tomorrow. I'm thinking about it. Wondering if I should attempt yet another project when I have so many that sit unfinished in 12X12 plastic bins. But it's such a cool little snapshot of life as it is right now. And how cool would it be to have, say, your grandmother's week in the life album from like 1940 to look at today? If I do it, I'll enlist the help of my newly found Picasa collage making skill and do some journaling with a few pretty things glued down for fun.
anticipating books I've reserved at the library to come in. I'm like 117 in line for Jaycee Duggard's book that just came out. I might get that one in my hands by Christmas. I've finally gotten into my summer reading groove. It took a while, but I read two books in like 4 days this week. One was a Holocaust memoir called I Will Plant You a Lilac Tree. The other is Triumph by Carolyn Jessop. She escaped the FLDS Mormon polygamous cult. Although this book had some of her personal story of escaping, it mostly dealt with how she assisted Texas during the recent raid on the Yearning for Zion Ranch where they took all the kids and put them in foster care. Today I started a teacher book. I always try to read at least one professional book in the summer. So, what are you guys reading?