söndag 14 december 2008

A day in my life — part two

I'm afraid I don't have much to add to the morning's report. Most of the things on the list have to remain there — in case I'm overflowing with energy tomorrow..... or any other day in the future.
Well, I'm not going to tell you what I haven't done but I'll try to make what I have done as impressive as possible.

The bread is delicious.
All domestic Christmas cards are finished and signed (the foreign are already in the mail) — the signature looks rather neurotic when you've signed 30 or 40 cards.
I also ordered some books that I meant to order for quite a while — one of them is "Little Heathens: Hard Times and High Spirits on an Iowa Farm During the Great Depression"by Mildred Armstrong Kalish which Nan wrote about some days ago.
Leftovers for dinner — how I love leftovers — I only had to make a salad, a red beet salad that I found on the web many years ago.

My darling begs me to switch off the winter so he can get out and enjoy life again. He gets so much energy from sleeping most of the time. To let out steam he has invented a game that is a cross between hide and seek and tag — good for me as I too get some exercise.

Now I'll try to stay awake until I go to bed.
Good night.

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