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Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.
I like your new sidebar (even though I think you took off Pioneer Bess and your list of 30 things, both of which I was hoping you would grow further) and yes, you do deserve a class with Deb Menz... if you find her, will you tell me and we can be class buddies?
Oops! I found them, I just hadn't gone far enough yet!
I can'twait to here what you think about the John Smith movie AND I can't wait until the SFF!!!!
I will also be interested in your take on the movie. Considering the P&P fiasco! Colin Farrel leaves me cold, so I will sit this one out!
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Friday, January 20, 2006 Reminder to self:
Read HER book again.
This morning is packed - but with Good Things. A 9 a.m. manicure (necessary luxury) and a 10:30 a.m. PT session. I am about 90% better and feel a little guilty about using up their time but I want some close guidance back into regular exercise. I don't want to end up back in the hospital with neck issues again.
I am proud to say that TheQueen of Confrontation Ducking tackled AnIssue and handled it so well that we all went around the rest of the day happy. Man - when chamomile is good - it's really good.
I even made the beginning salvo into That Bookkeeping Program. Some progress was made which, in my book, is a triumph. On the home front there was less movement, but then, it's much harder to spend time with your favorite person wrangling over paperwork and $. It's much more fun to read a mystery short story out loud to each other and laugh about fun things.
But, ahs gawd is mah witnuss, I'll think about it tomorrow - at Tara.
Only 2 meager rows of BSHP were knit last night. At this rate, it will be finished on my birthday. But we're driving to Richmond on Sunday to see the new Jamestown/John Smith movie The New World, and that means at least an hour and a half of knitting. I make no promises about Saturday. If there is any time to spare on Paperwork Reckoning Day, it will be spent spinning.
I suddenly realized I must get busy with my handouts for the Spring Fiber Festival. Usually I teach spinning in a casual, one on one situation. This time I'm teaching to a crowd and I want to organize my steps a little better. I am soooooo grateful to Deb Menz - who taught me so much about pre-drafting. What a genius she is. I believe I owe it to myself to track her down and take a class with her.
Okay - I gave myself till 7 to play around in here. Time to go do the grocery list thing. Happy Friday to you all. posted by Bess | 6:43 AM