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Expect the Great

Monday, November 26, 2012

I joined the adult choir at the school and we've been rehearsing some songs for the Christmas concert. One is Expect the Great www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IsabJ9T9JA It thrills me, considering all the waiting Levi and I have gone through and continiue to go through. Good things are worth waiting for. Levi has had 3 failed relationships (but out of them he has his 3 children - God working ALL things to good!). I was with my first husband 37 years before he passed away, and there were some very rough waters largely due to spiritual immaturity. But I have grown in Christ, and Levi is a godly man with many of the same passions, and with gifts and talents that complement my own. I expect great things when we are finally united, either here in the US or there in Peru. But...we're still waiting on that. But - with Great Expectations! Enjoy the song!

  


Some Fun

Sunday, November 25, 2012

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Where is my cell phone?
Don't have one! Ha!

Spouse?
My fiance is still in Peru. emoticon

Your hair?
Need to color it again!

Your mother?
with the Lord - happy

Your father?
final destination unknown. I'll find out when I get there.

Your favorite thing?
Doing "Jesus stuff"

Your dream last night?
was with my son Ben shopping at Wegmans!

Favorite drink?
water

What room are you in?
dining area

Your hobby?
crocheting

Your fear?
Only reverential towards God

Where do you want to be in 6 years?
Peru!

Where were you last night?
home, working on ceramics (not hobby - small business)

Something that you aren't?
dishonest

Muffins?
once in a while if I track the calories

Wish list item?
enough money on time to bring my fiance up here

Last thing you did?
had lunch - turkey leftovers!

What are you wearing?
warm pants, t-shirt, and sweater

Your pets?
2 cats. My daughter's 2 boxers also share the dwelling.

Friends?
Many in Peru; a few oldies but goodies around here

Your life?
Blessed!

Your mood?
content

Missing someone?
Levi, my Peruvian honey!

Drinking?
Water

Your car?
Chrysler Town n Country

Something you're not wearing?
belt

Your favorite store?
not into shopping, but Wegmans I guess

Your favorite color?
green

When is the last time you cried?
Thanksgiving, I think, for gratitude

Five people who email me regularly?
my DD; staff from work at my school email

Favorite place to eat?
a Vietnamese place that also serves Thai and Chinese

Favorite place I'd like to be right now?
Peru! Pucallpa especially.

  
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    Awesome way to get to know you!

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Making the Most of the Time

Saturday, November 24, 2012

My van's brakes are making an awful noise.
So I called the little old lady I go to most Saturdays - since I drive her around, I wanted to tell her that I thought it better to forego until I got the matter taken care of. I could sure use the money - especially now with a brake job to be done! But safety first.

But I'm not one to sit aroundall day, not even to Spark! I'd been wanting to look for my 2011 Tax Return for some W-2's, to change the mortgage over to MY name since my husband's passing. So, I went i9nto the "workroom" - so called because it has been used to store works in progress: soldering, crocheting, ceramics. It is small, but roomy enough that it has been used as a bedroom (complete with cable access!) But mostly it is a catch-all, where we put things "for now" until it reaches critical mass. Then it's time to tidy up.

Two large trash bags and several broken-down cardboard boxes later, the floor can be seen again, and I found some stocking stuffers I got for my grandkids LAST year. emoticon But still not the document I wanted. Oh, I found the receipts I'd used - but the return has the W-2's.

Well...my desk needs to be tidied up. That'll be the next project. Butnot today. No, I'll glaze the things I underglazed yesterday and get them fired up.

Does cleaning the workroom count as exercise????

  
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KATIEEMMA5 11/24/2012 12:10PM

    yes everything counts as exercise x

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ALICIA214 11/24/2012 11:55AM

 

It is always good to be able to see the floor....I am going to try that this week-end
in my small catch -all room. Have a Happy Day. emoticon


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Working Vacation

Friday, November 23, 2012

I'm off from work today. That means I get to work on something ELSE. I have some special orders to underglaze - did about half of them and popped them in the kiln. Still had to make 3 goats and a weiner-dog. I'll paint them together with one more special order and some semi-special ("when you make this or that, give me a call"). Drinking water keeps me from sitting too long. So...Got that done, just waiting to hollow out the newer pieces. Had lunch of Thanksgiving leftovers, just as good second time around! And I think after Sparking I'll get on the bike for a half hour. MMM, turkey...makes me sleepy... at some point I'll take a nap, maybe!

  
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LIBBYL1 11/24/2012 10:47PM

  wow! sounds like wonderful time spent on what you love doing

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AZULVIOLETA6 11/23/2012 4:55PM

    Are you a ceramic artist?

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Thanksgiving Forecast

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

I subscribe to Good Clean Funnies at GCFnet. and got this today. It was just too cute not to share.

THANKSGIVING OUTLOOK by Elliot Abrams, excerpted from thebook, "Weather Prognosticators and the Media: Fallacies,Facts, and Fun in Forecasting," by Norm MacDonald Turkeys will thaw in the morning, then warm in the oven toan afternoon high near 190 F. The kitchen will turn hot andhumid, and if you bother the cook, be ready for a severesquall or cold shoulder. During the late afternoon and evening, the cold front of aknife will slice through the turkey, causing an accumulationof one to two inches on plates. Mashed potatoes will driftacross one side while cranberry sauce creates slippery spotson the other. Please pass the gravy. A weight watch and indigestion warning have been issued forthe entire area, with increased stuffiness around thebeltway. During the evening, the turkey will diminish andtaper off to leftovers, dropping to a low of 34 F in therefrigerator. Looking ahead to Friday and Saturday, high pressure to eatsandwiches will be established. Flurries of leftovers can beexpected both days with a 50 percent chance of scatteredsoup late in the day. We expect a warming trend where soupdevelops. By early next week, eating pressure will be low asthe only wish left will be the bone.

  
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KATIEEMMA5 11/21/2012 8:16PM

    Aww that made me laugh thanks, best wishes, Kate

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    What wonderful humor for a stress filled day! Thanks for sharing!

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