I’ve been listening to the audio book “Becoming” (written and narrated by Michelle Obama) in the car as I drive to and from work, all week. I like her even more now than I did before.
We got this personalized Santa in the mail (from Rankin Bass’s Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.”) It has our names, our current dogs’ names, and our previous (and much missed) dog’s name (Clyde). We absolutely love it.
I finally felt well enough to have my friend and knitting teacher, Dave, over for dinner and knitting again, this week. We had sushi, and I decided to set a giraffe themed table:
He brought me a fabric giraffe from a wool and fiber fest he recently went to, and I love it (and him for thinking of me):
I carry a man-bag to work every day. I was looking for something and had to take everything out. I think I’m a travel bag hoarder:
I saw this T-Shirt on Amazon and thought I should own it:
I have this Olaf in my guest room. I bought it for my BF (Jim) for Christmas last year, and didn’t notice, until I got home, that he was missing an arm. I ordered Jim a new one, and kept this one. I want to make him a new arm. Maybe out of Sculpey?
I saw this pillow at a local shop and was really tempted to buy it (because its SO true):
Finally, tonight Jeffrey built me a fire because its rainy and cold and he wanted to make me happy and warm me up! We use little easy-lite fire starters to help get the fire going. We are running low, and he asked me to add “Fire starter” to our Grocery List on the fridge, so I wrote the following”
It took him a few minutes to get it. 🙂
I picked up our candy this weekend to hand out for Halloween Thursday. I got three different kinds: miniature candy bars, a bag of gluten free candy, and a bag of nut free candy. While no one has ever asked for gluten free or not free candy, as I man with a gluten allergy, I like offering these allergen free options should anyone request them.
Overall, it was a good week. Still not feeling 100%, and I still tire easily, but it was a fun and productive week and I’m happy to be mending a little bit each day.
If only tomorrow wasn’t Monday already.