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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Today was a busy day.

Sometimes busy days sneak up on me.  Today was one of those days.  But first let me say that...

1.  I didn't leave the house.
2.  I didn't get out of my pajamas.

But I accomplished a lot.  And I love days when I don't leave the house or get out of my pajamas.  It's one of those things that has changed about me the older I have become.  I love my house and I want to stay in it.  Enjoy it.  I think that I get this from my father.  He prefers to stay home.  (Unless the other option is going to the gun club.  Then he will always choose the gun club.  Hands down.) was a busy day in my pajamas.

Loralai came over this morning.  These two have big fun together.  Quinn will tell you that Loralai is his best friend.  He dreams about her too.  In these pictures, they both kind of look a hot mess, which is how you know that the playing is good.

I got a ton of laundry done today.  Hooray!  And while that was going on, Chris was making beef stew {sorry, Joy, no time, I promise} in the crock pot because it was chilly (you know, in the 70's) today and it made the house smell won.der.ful.  Yum!

I cleaned our bathroom and the girls' bathroom.

I daydreamed about what I want our closets to look like.

I finished reading my book of the week, Just Kids by Patti Smith.  Excellent read.  My aunt was right...fantastic.  But now I am heartbroken and don't know what to read following that.  For the past month I have been reading the Mortal Instruments series, but I finished them.  I have The Power of Six, the book that follows I am Number Four, but I'm afraid that after Patti Smith it will just be a disappointment.  Big sigh.  I am almost considering re-reading The Paris Wife because that book is equally heartbreaking.  But I'm not a re-reader, so even though I am considering it, I know that I won't.

Good grief, what a digression that was.

So I finished my book.  I worked on jewelry.  I listed a few new things in the shop...


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