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My last day of vacation

My last day of vacation...boo hoo! I got some R&R in, so that's good. And I only have to work 2 days this week, that's good. And I got laundry done today, that's good too. What's even better is I just found out that an award I won at work a few months ago entitles me to a day off with pay, so I can count that this week. I'll also use my birthday holiday (so I don't forget to use it in October) - which means I'm only using one day of vacation for my three days off this week! AND I'll get another day off w/pay after my 35 year anniversary in November! YIPPEE!!!!

Kaitlin got off work at 2:00, so we ran to Office Max and used our 20% off everything in the store "sack". I bought an accordian file to use for my 2011 paperwork, and Kaitlin bought some fluorescent printer paper. I intended to buy printer cartridges, but they don't carry Kodak ones. We also looked at pens - we BOTH love all kinds of pens - but managed to get out of the store without buying any :-)


Kaitlin's best friend, Lydia, came today for a visit. They met last year at K-State, and even though Kaitlin came home and is going to Wichita State, they've remained best friends. Kaitlin goes to Manhattan occasionally, and we love having Lydia come here and spend time with us.

Spent some time today assembling several sets of Stampin' Up stamps. I am still in my sister-in-law Sandy's Stamp Club, so that means I buy some goodies just about every month! Here's my latest purchase:

We took the girls to Red Robin for dinner. They both love it, and we rarely go there. As far as I'm concerned, their "endless" fries aren't all that good.

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