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Sort of Lost Control Of My Plans for the Day.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

I had to have the dog at the vet by 9. So that meant making sure I was up and dressed really early for me. Being retired you sometimes get a little lazy and just don't get up before 9 if you don't have to. So after I dropped off the dog I shopped for bakery treats for mom and dad, dropped those off and then the rain started.

So I just came home and was planning on going up to put the last 2 rows on this quilt. Well I sat down and was petting a cat when I decided this might be a good day to brush cats. So I got a bag and set about working on all 5 cats. The long haired ones were easy but 2 of the short hairs have little undercoats and needed lots of work. By the time that was done it was lunch time. So instead of going up and sewing I just walked around and picked things up and tried to find places for them.

I did make a nice dinner with boneless pork ribs and mixed veggies. I would rather have had a baked potato but decided I really needed those veggies. Now I'm sitting here talking to myself about a snack before I try to go to bed. Sadly I'm not tired. I think I'll pull out the end table and see why my reading lamp won't work and try reading before bed. That sounds like a good plan.
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  • KOFFEENUT
    I know what you mean about getting very flexible on "wake up" time once you're retired! I recently got a phone call at 8:30 am. The woman said "Oh, no! Did I wake you up?" "No, no," I assured her, "I was already awake. I promise." (Thank goodness she didn't ask me if I was out of BED!!!)
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  • MOONGLOWSNANA
    Yep a little reading before bed is a good plan and a good way to let the day unwind. Sleep tight!
    1215 days ago
  • JUNETTA2002
    Sounds like a good plan
    1215 days ago
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