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Sunday, August 21, 2005
my so-called boring life

I love it- this weekend my life just seems wonderfully boring. Friday night I fell asleep on the couch watching Columbo with Jo, still just exhausted from the last couple weeks. Yesterday's highlights include sleeping in (for me that means 8am), cleaning off my desk, and going grocery shopping at the co-op. I started getting some work done but mostly just spent the day getting organized. A neighbor brought over tomatoes from his garden, and I made a wonderful dinner of yellow squash, zucchini, fresh tomatoes, sheep's milk feta, and parmesan, all tossed with pasta, olive oil, and garlic. Simple and very, very yummy. Today's plans? Well right now I am watching Sunday Morning and drinking coffee, but I really do have to get some work finished. I need all my work/academic stuff to feel under control again. We plan on some canoeing as I think it will be in the 70s. I also have to watch the second-to-last episode of Six Feet Under before watching tonight's series finale. That will be very emotional, I'm sure. I just adore that show and just want it to go on forever.

posted by knit wit | 8/21/2005 08:08:00 AM

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