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for my Project 365

Kaitlin's meds for her walking pneumonia, which she hates. The cough syrup is really nasty and the pills leave a bad taste in her mouth. But she has to take them to get better...
A walk in the park with CinnamonA Stampin' Up card-making gathering at my sister-in-law Sandy's house. This is Sandy with my great friend Anne.We're having a laid-back day today. Corby is still resting from his medical trauma early yesterday morning. He seems to be feeling okay, but I'll be making a doctor appointment for him tomorrow so he can get his 24-hour heart monitor. I'm working on Project 365 pages and doing laundry. We're also watching football. YEAH ARIZONA CARDINALS! I think I'm for the Steeler's in the second game. Not a big fan of either the Cardinals or the Steelers, but I always pick someone I'd like to see win.

My current book is Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson.I like James Patterson, and sometimes he writes something outside of his mystery/thriller genre. This one is shaping up to be a good one.

And a quote for this beautiful Sunday: "Dreams are renewable. No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born." -- Dr. Dale Turner

Comments

Jennifer Lacy said…
wow - your life seems so hectic. you really handle things so beautifully!
Anonymous said…
Enjoyed the pictures. Let me know about the book. ~Anne
Peggy said…
I enjoyed your quote of the day. Hope hubby is on the mend. What a scare.

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