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Half the coffee

Friday, August 15, 2014

Didn't want to be the energizer bunny on steroids today!
I made a regular size coffee with whipping cream (KETOing) this morning.
Not a double plus like yesterday.
BAM!!! Still going strong after 8 pm!
Had yet another buzzing day.
Did more laundry and cleaned the entire condo. I mean everything!
Went thru all the paperwork and am ready to make several calls on Monday morning.
Went for a long walk and actually lifted some weights today.
The last thing accomplished was organizing the massage room.
Have 2 massages already scheduled for this weekend and am prepared.

Next week I am emptying my large pantry to re-organize things.
That is the last thing to do in the condo.

One other thing.....
I have 8 large boxes of yarn left over from my crocheting days that I want to give away. Anyone have a suggestion as to where they would be put to good use?

Happy weekend to all the Sparkers!
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  • v ARMATTHAEI
    You have been a busy person. Congratulations on that. I have just not wanted to get my day started today, as it is cloudy outside. Oh well, got to keep moving forward.
    707 days ago
  • v MISSM66
    emoticon you did great, emoticon
    707 days ago
  • v LINDAKAY228
    Sometimes senior centers will take the yarn for craft things they have going on. Depends on the center. One of the 5 I worked with in New Mexico would. The others either didn't really do crafts or were much more into quilts as projects. But that was a small town and some were in rural areas. I don't know where you are what they want. If you come to my house to clean I"ll make you coffee LOL! Glad you got so much done but too much coffee may not be the way ha ha.
    707 days ago
  • v GUNNSGIRL91303
    Wow, I wish I lived near you and I'd take the yarn! However, I would check in your area to see if any local crocheters/knitters for charity would like the yarn. And I second morticia's idea also. 8 boxes of yarn shouldn't be hard to get rid of! Let us know who ends up with it, lucky them!

    And GREAT job in the condo...can you come to my house emoticon
    707 days ago
  • v POCKETFULOFSUN
    If all else fails with yarn, list it free on Craiglist.
    707 days ago
  • v KERRYG155
    I had large bags of yarn which I gave to our local Clothes Closet-that's an organization that helps those in our county who are in need. They have some volunteers who enjoy knitting and crocheting plus if someone in need enjoys it they were able to give them some.

    I hope you got some sleep last night and maybe more tonight!
    707 days ago
  • v LADYRH
    Try your local nursing home to donate the yarn
    707 days ago
  • v CELLA_P
    You're a human dynamo, VEG - congratulations! You leave me in the dust! emoticon

    Well, once I had a similar stash of yarn, and I love the woman's shelter idea. I donated mine to an assisted living facility right up the hill from us, and they said they, too, could really use yarn.

    Keep on keepin' on, Energizer Bunny! emoticon
    707 days ago
  • v WOUBBIE
    Wow, what a great day!

    I like Morticia's ideas. You might also ask at a women's shelter or community center.
    707 days ago
  • v MORTICIAADDAMS
    Do nursing homes take yarn for their residents? Or maybe a high school sewing class? Do they still have those? You might ask at the local hospital. I know some of them have ladies who knit hats and blankets for preemies and such. Maybe for women who have had chemo.
    707 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/15/2014 8:43:40 PM
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