The edge of the known world can be found in your kitchen, if you want it to be. Or in your bed. Or during your commute. Every day, there is something new to experience. And if there isn't, shrug and make a margarita.
Sunday, March 4, 2012
February Ends in Pictures
Chuck's Hand of Fatima gets all catywumpus around his neck while he sleeps. I keep thinking he will get bored with it and finally take it off; but there it stays...
Leftover peach cobbler for breakfast.
The Rec Center, as usual.
On Fridays, I shop the sales. First I go to Smith's for grapes, asparagus and soap...
Then Macey's for sandwich bags, cucumbers and yogurt.
Then home for what I call The Great Switchover: in which I travel back to my place just long enough to run a load of wash; exchange the clothes I have been wearing at Chuck's place for others to wear at the weekend; gather food that I need for weekend cooking, etc... It is a huge pain.
Girl Scout Cookies help.
Everything I need to make bean soup tomorrow night.
Monthly All-Staff Meeting
I write thank-you notes during the meeting,
Until the United Way presentation.
The Cookie Mobile
I take a little walk down the block in the afternoon,
to Neighborhood House.
It's Senior Daycare. I love the time that I spend here.
Back to work!
Stuff to take home for the weekend
Before I leave, I pretty myself up a little.
And chat with my friends.
Chuck's Franken-Audi project: Taking the front end body work off his old Audi, which no longer runs; and putting it on this other Audi he just bought, which runs find but has a smashed up front end.
We all make dinner together tonight.
I survey Chuck about how he uses grammar in a certain kind of conditional sentence. We are curious about it at work.
Dinner and conversation with Liz and Roi at the end of the day.