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Thursday, March 21, 2013

One Of Those Days

Where I seem to be going in slow motion not getting a lot done.  I think I have too much of my Dad in me—the man’s hobby was work—and I always feel the need to accomplish something every day.  I did meet two delightful ladies today who arrived in our park a few days ago, Paula and Kathy, both retired USAF.  They used to have schnauzers and were just enthralled with little Ms. Emmi.  We spent time talking schnauzers and young people who don’t know what they want to do with their lives.  Of course we three knew exactly what we wanted to do in life at the ripe old age of 22! Smile

I did finish one quilt, loaded another and started quilting it.  Mom and I made a quick trip to Lowe’s for some of that reflective bubble wrap stuff—the sun comes in two of her windows in the morning and rapidly heats the rig—she is going to put some of this bubble stuff in those windows—the windows don’t open. 

Tonight for dinner we are having a Mexican based casserole and I made some of Pioneer Woman’s restaurant style salsa—the jalapeno I used has some kick to it!!  Rollie arrived this morning, he has been in Louisiana holding granddaughters, seeing his wife and daughters. 

Emmi and I walked in the park a little earlier than yesterday and saw no one except a lot of city workers leaning on their shovels. 


  1. I have noticed that in a ot of cities. Workers just standinf around

  2. I somethings figure that getting out of bed is my accomplishment for the day. 26 in Livingston??? So glad I'm not there yet.

  3. Workaholic are you? That's a good thing....right? Oh give yourself a few days off!!!

  4. I think people who have worked hard in whatever field have that in common, regardless of whether they like retirement or not. It's pretty common, actually. I read that Americans are characterized elsewhere as hard working.

  5. Wow, 26 in Livingston MT? I'm in Dublin Ohio and our temp is 30, not far ahead of yours. I enjoy your blog. We are not yet full-timers.

  6. Keeping busy is a good thing.....and finding balance between work and play is something we all define for ourselves. You seem to have a good handle on that.


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