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Old 10-01-2008, 09:54 PM   #511
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not much left of the day
finish charging dang cell that keeps dyin on me
rearrange some stuff for work
get stuff in car that'll need to go with me tomorrow
bathe, play with hair and ready for bed
get munchies ready for the morrow
feed the pooches
gotta watch top design and next model
clean up kitchen
prepare coffee for morning and get all that ready, because tomorrow...
up waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too early
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Old 10-01-2008, 11:00 PM   #512
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didn't put anything on list to do.
so i didn't do anything. except play on computer and take a nap. lol
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Old 10-02-2008, 08:43 AM   #513
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Maybe go to a market that opened , supposely has Italian, Spanish, Mexican , Asian and African items ( food related )

Instead of going to the market, I went to the library, got 2 movies and 9 books. Hubby's gone to Sam's club to get cat litter. I don't know if we will go to that market when he returns.
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Old 10-02-2008, 10:28 AM   #514
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Do my exercises 3 times to make up for while I had the flu
Make cookies!!!!
Make a dozen phone calls
Write more thank you notes to people who have cooked meals or done other nice things for us
fold laundry for DH to put away (I can't manage that yet)
Phone in prescription renewals
Make grocery list for DH to pick up with prescriptions
Relax and rest
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Old 10-02-2008, 12:41 PM   #515
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I don't have a list today; been so busy the past few days, I'd like to have an unscripted day. Bake cookies, put laundry away, do dishes. I have some computer work to do for our community service group, Amigos de Bucerias, to prepare for our Saturday morning meeting. I have a painting almost finished and my mind is buzzing and wandering with plans for the next one. So maybe I'll get one finished and one started. Need to make an appetizer plate to take to a friends' gathering this evening. Maybe a siesta???
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Old 10-02-2008, 12:44 PM   #516
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Lots I want to get done, not much I actually want to do!!!

I have to decide what soup to make...
I want to get the hutch cleaned off and out
clean bathrooms
put away laundry
make soup
vaccum
bake cookies
knit
eat
chill
dishes
sleep.

I want to go back to part time work. Alot.
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Old 10-02-2008, 02:44 PM   #517
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since i did nothing for three days,the list is long. maybe carry over til tomorrow.

clean out fridge. groceries coming tomorrow.
clean and re organize pantry, same as above
wash load of clothes, clean up kitchen.
clean cat box
clear dining room table so groceries can be put there tomorrow.
cut out an apron for my granddaughter.
d.c.
nap ????
dinner
read, watch t.v.
bed time
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Old 10-02-2008, 03:15 PM   #518
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Have just made a light dinner of mac and cheese and some cream of zuchinni soup. Having a guest over to dinner to watch the Canadian, English debate of the heads of the parties that are running in our Federal election. They did it in French last night. Tonite will be completely different questions, etc.
I am recording the vice presidential debate from your country and we shall watch that after, or tomorrow evening.
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Old 10-02-2008, 05:06 PM   #519
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oh no babe.... you reminded me of a juice spill and something else (dunno what) that needs attention in the fridge.
all I've done is hutch, vaccum, and soup.
oh well. there's always next week.
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Old 10-02-2008, 05:16 PM   #520
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went to that market , which is 45 min. away.. what a letdown. Hole in the wall type store. Figures they had a full page ad in the paper. I didn't buy anything, and won't go there again.
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