This is just a quick, drive-by post.
Do you have broken windows? (Click over… they’re more akin to pet peeves than shattered glass.) For me, it’s missing a wog – walk-run – with the dogs due to circumstances beyond my control, having a cluttered front porch, hand/fingerprints on doors and walls, not finishing my to-do list at work…
I have an FO (finished object for non-knitters), but no photos. Stand by.
I have read several books and am lost in Trenton, NJ at the moment. So far, I’ve been unable to make myself sick of Stephanie Plum and her zany friends and relations. I think it’s because I can relate. I remember the first time I told my father I was going to be a writer. His dark mocha eyes twinkled and he said, “It’ll have to be fiction, even if it’s biographical; no one would believe it was true.”
I wear a size larger in Sanita clogs than Danskos. Oh… and when I say clogs, I always mean closed-backs. These are shinier and sparklier in person. My idea of a great pair of shoes – or boots – is when the Knight and my (male) co-workers say something obnoxious about my footwear. Maybe that’s why I like our “guest” technician; he seems to genuinely appreciate my slightly flashy choice in shoes.
And speaking of boots… I might have snagged another pair of Ariat boots. These are kiddo sized, and they fit perfectly. Ariat boots really are built for all-day wear. I’ve tried to explain to one of my co-workers that my “wooden clogs” and my “stiff boots” support my feet well and aren’t just a fashion statement.
Yeah, they’re PANK and calf-hair leopard, and they’re ridiculously comfortable, right out of the box. Now, if the snow would GO AWAY so I could wear them more…
And I still owe you a CAbi post too. There just aren’t enough hours in the day.
Oh – and you absolutely have to try this recipe. A friend brought it Sunday night, and even though I thought I hated mango, I shoveled it in, maybe even with both fists. Eating well doesn’t mean suffering… until I think about the good ol’ days when I ate shrimp two times a day sometimes.
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