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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

The Rest of the Day

 After waking to a gorgeous sunrise (see shots below)...
 went out to do chores.
 Put the filthy blankets out on the fence to dry (they got soaked later).


 By the time I finished, it was already 62 degrees.
 Class at 10:30.
 Donna mentioned making origami cranes for all the kids in her grandsons class and ended showing all of us how to do it.  Not easy....









The pups and I went down to Apple Creek Farm to pick our last bucket for the ponies.
Picked up a book at the library and made squash soup when I got home.

 Gary had a 5pm meeting and I did chores.

My head is so plugged up I feel light headed.  Put some vicks under my nose and am ready to crawl in bed.
Night all.

8 comments:

  1. It was warm wasn't it. I'll bet this crazy weather is what is stuffing you up.

    The origami is so interesting. It does look intricate.

    Like your header. Looks very Christmassy.

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  2. Brett's had a bad cold since we were in SF for the wedding. I felt like I was getting it yesterday but am doing a bit better today - congested but not crawl under the covers miserable. That soup looks wonderful! Just the ticket for a cold. -- my mother used to put Vicks under my nose when I was a kid.

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  3. Oh no, I hope you're not getting sick. Take it easy.

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  4. I hope you feel better tomorrow. Stay warm!

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  5. Really enjoyed tagging along through your day. Your soup looks wonderful! And ... I love your barn. Makes me think of my grandfather's barn in Denmark. Love the stone walls. Hope you feel better quickly.

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  6. The cranes are so much fun.
    Water color skies!
    Squash soup. Yum!

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  7. The cranes are cool and yes, not easy to make. I saw ones this year at Festival of Trees that they actuall fit over the lights to light up the bodies, they were very cool.

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