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It is very cold here today. Well, jebra says it is only 20 degrees (i.e., not cold) but to me that 20 is feeling like -12. My poor fingers are so cold they are stiff.
There is no mom news this week because I forgot to call. Well, I remembered a bunch of times, but never when it felt like a good time to call (too early in the day, way to late at night, or the once when I got her voicemail and left her a message). As far as I know, my sister KC is still in the hospital. I think this is going on ten weeks. I have a text in to her but no response yet.
What with the cold weather and my fear of slipping and falling, I stayed home almost all weekend and haven't gone anywhere other than work and grocery shopping. The good thing about being at home over the weekend was that I got a lot of stuff watched and off of the DVR. Live PD is great to crochet to, by the way. I don't have to pay a whole lot of attention nor do more than the occasional glance up at the screen so it works really well. Shows where I want to watch closely I save for when I am on the exercise bike. Anyway, I was pleased that I not only finished another three cat beds over the weekend but I removed two small bags of yarn from the living room. Some of it was used in making those cat beds, the rest was transferred into clear zippered bag I keep using to store project yarn even though the plastic sides are starting to fail. I don't know who punctured it or when that happened.
As for today's scrapbook page, y'all are familiar with the Bloggess, right? I think of her at least four mornings each week (on Thursdays we take a different route to work) because we pass by this mailbox each morning. If you don't know Jenny's story And that’s why you should learn to pick your battles you owe it to yourself to read it.
Scrapbook papers & elements from the kit Bohemian Breeze
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