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Soaking Saturday

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Well today's adventure was picking potatoes in a heavy drizzle.. It was so fun. The field had been harvested a couple days ago. And like back in biblical times, once the harvest is done, whatever is left is there for the gleaning. So, I picked baby ones and boiled them for lunch with a fruit salad and a bean salad and a slice of bologna... Supper was goulash I made and my nephew and his 2 kids came over. I got to hold his little baby boy, about 6 mths old.. very happy interested little guy... fun holding a baby again...I wouldn't even hold him the first few times because I was still so heartbroken about not seeing Mya anymore... bringing tears to my eyes again.... still no communication at all... her father texted her to ask if he could call dd, and she didn't reply

Well, the really good thing I did for myself today was have a nice bubble bath...and then lie down and ready my books for awhile... haven't done that since last Oct., when I had a bubble bath in dd's old apt. on the last day I spent cleaning and painting with them before they moved out...

It is raining hard and very windy here. I had to light the wood furnace today, and it took a while to heat up, but now even under the ceiling fan in the kitchen, with a large glass of water, the sweat is pouring off me...

I just thought I should put my WATP disk in laptop and do it... Hmmmm?

Guess our trip to the orchard to pick apples tomorrow is off......supposed to be dwarf trees so you can pick them...oh darn.
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    I give you a lot a credit for holding up under every thing you've been through this last year. Glad you had a great day potato picking. Interesting that you compared it to gleaning in the Bible. That's the second time this week I have heard about that.
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