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It's Time to Loaf

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

I got up at six this morning, fed the dogs and myself, and got to Coral Oaks on time. The room was already set up for the number of students I expected, and I had laid out the name plates I made yesterday, along with the registration blanks just before the first students showed up. One lady didn't show, but the class started on time. It went fine, and we read every word on every page of the Florida supplement, but I still think it was a better class when I did it my old way.

I finished at 1:00, cleaned up, and was home by 1:30. Unfortunately there were a lot of leftovers, so I ate a couple of miniature chocolate donuts and brought home four peanut butter cookies, which are in the freezer. My mother used to make peanut butter cookies, and at least once I was eating them as fast as she could bake them - so when she got done there were about 18 cookies left out of six dozen. It's hell to be a teen aged boy.

I finished the paperwork by 3:30, and started going through my e-mail at 4:00, then segued into the Spark People. Now it's nearly six, and this is the end of everything. Unfortunately, the BW is working on supper but I'm not really hungry.

With luck, I won't do much but read a book this evening. All the material for tomorrow's class, and the certificates, are in my trunk, so it's time to loaf.
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    Peanut Butter cookies are one of my favorates of all times. The more peanut buttery they are the better too!

    Oh man now i am craving Peanut Butter cookies!
    2838 days ago
    I love the story about you eating all those peanutbutter cookies. Despite knowing better, it still sounds like fun to be able to get away with that.
    2839 days ago
  • CK1379
    Sounds like you had a busy deserve to loaf. emoticon
    2839 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/14/2010 7:21:48 PM
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