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Project 52

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There was lots of random little things this week. The husband made Potato Soup which I won't eat because bacon fat and my stomach do not get along. Although considering how my stomach's been feeling maybe it wouldn't have mattered. Pretty much the only thing that's sounded good since Sunday has been breakfast cereal. The Potato Soup was because he was jonesing for it and because he figured he could make it for SEMGS. Which he did and other folks asked for the recipe so it was all good.

In other randomness, I had my annual mammogram last night. They take digital images so I could see what they were doing on their monitor and everything looked okay to my eyes. We shall see what the actual doctor says but going by what I saw and the technicians comments I don't think there's anything to worry about.

Come to think of it, I went to the dentist for a cleaning and check-up last Friday. Nothing new to report there either.

As far as I know, my mom's well. She hasn't been responding to texts (hopefully she hasn't misplaced her phone or had my brother confiscate it again) and calls are going to voicemail. Pretty sure someone would notify me if she was back in the hospital so I'm going to assume she is off having fun. I talked to her on, um, Saturday I think and she was in a good mood and making plans for Thanksgiving.

In knitting news, I finished my very first intarsia project (a dishcloth). The finishing could have gone better but all in all I was satisfied with how it turned out. I do think I need to review the instructional videos I found on youtube as I'm still confused about when the yarns need to be twisted so that no holes are present in the finished work.

In yard work news, we still haven't cleared the path to the pond but at least I finally got the compost from work and the house hauled to the bin. I was so happy to get the coffee cans off the front porch (I bring the used grounds home from work in them) it was downright silly. Doing that was one of my major goals for the week. The other was getting Chet (the taupe Park Avenue) emptied out, but it was raining on Sunday and jebra didn't want to mess with it then. I was hoping we could get rid of it before the street sweepers made their first pass at the fall leaves, but they came though on Monday morning.

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