Re: October 2013
posted at 10/2/2013 8:11 AM EDT
A list a mile long of places to go and things to do today. Yet, here I sit, enjoying a second soup bowl cup of coffee! Surprisingly, didn't toast one of the biscuits from last night's supper, for breakfast this morning. Instead went right to the orange coffee cake. I've come to the realization that I am a "stay home every other day" person. Going by that, today should be a "stay at home" day, but I've a doctor's appt. tomorrow smack in the middle of the day, so those errands have to get done today. Friday night will be a casual birthday celebration for the soon to be 13 yr. old; Sunday pumpkin's party - so these are a busy few days.
Last night Fluff was around, but made it clear she was just saying "hello", rolling over on the back walk, but clearly out of my reach, and then as soon as it got dark, Harry came up the walk, sniffed around where Fluff had rolled, and sniffed his way, following her path up through the yard. He wasn't interested in anything except finding her. When I emailed C.L., found that they had both been at her house separately, earlier, so Harry was just trying to catch up with her. This morning so far all I have out there are the wet paw prints from my little pond. I try my darndest to catch a glimpse of what is visiting every night, but I'm either too early or too late snapping on the back light.
Just saw a lady I usually run into when I stop into the library, walking by. I've seen her going by before but she always had ear phones in and hasn't heard my calls of "Good morning" from the window! Today she happened to be looking over and I got the window open soon enough to call out and wave. - Pleasant surprise, btw, warm out.
Well, since my window looks out on the street, just saw Fluff run across. She must have been out there while I was at the opposite end of the house, typing here. That will teach me! Time to get showered, go over that list one more time, and start my day. Don't know if the usual 2 hours is going to be enough time today. We'll see.
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