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    SHANSHE   40,779
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Getting More Accomplished... Keeping the Panic at Bay!!

Sunday, November 04, 2012

Today, I went shopping and bought a pair of black sweatpants ($6.97) and two long sleeve tops ($7.97/ea.) - I love Wal-Mart, lol!!! I also bought a jacket/coat and a pair of gloves! I thought about buying a sweatshirt, but they were wider than they were long and I thought they were kind of ugly. I just put on the sweatpants and they feel really good, I think they will work well on my trip and well, you will probably see the tops later in pics. I also bought all my snacks, so other than dragging out the cooler and putting the stuff in it with ice, they are ready to go!

Here are some things I need to do before leaving:
~ Find cooler
~ Find stray shoe (need for some outfits)
~ Clean out both purses and get red one ready for travel
~ Get hair cut - Monday after work
~ Dye hair - Monday after hair cut
~ Shave ;)
~ Find fresh pillow case and pillow for car
~ Pack suitcase/s and car
~ Take dad's water cooler back to him
~ Clean car (vaccuum, get stuff out that I don't need for trip)
~ Set up GPS in MY car
~ Clean C-Pap machine (put on new face piece)

I am also working on my packing list...

Time for church!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BARBARAROSE54 11/5/2012 11:18AM


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    Your list looks good. Glad that you are so well prepared. Did you enjoy church? I hope so. Love ya

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RUTHXG 11/4/2012 8:41PM

    Sounds great, Shan! It will all come together & you'll have a wonderful time!

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OKBACK2ME 11/4/2012 8:06PM

    I love wearing work out cloths while travelling they just add to the comfort! Well your list will help you, me I rarely make lists. It is amazing I don't forget more than I do emoticon

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