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9/3/19 - Bedtime

Tuesday, September 03, 2019

For the first time this season, I enjoyed some watermelon. By September, I'd usually bought several. On the other hand, I have had cantaloupe almost every week for the last couple of months. With cottage cheese, it makes a great breakfast.

I ignored the weather report, didn't carry an umbrella, and got wet. Since I'm drip dry, I didn't melt. emoticon

Our office insures a bakery, and Jared brought in a couple of sleeves of cookies for the staff. The flourless chocolate cookies were to die for.

Sweet dreams everyone!!!


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    We've had a couple watermelon this summer, also muskmelon, my favorite.

    Into each life, a little rain must fall. We all get wet from time to time. My children did it intentionally. emoticon

    emoticon yum!
    176 days ago
    emoticon emoticon emoticon
    176 days ago
    No umbrella, huh, well if it rain you do get wet. But like I always say, I am not made of sugar.
    176 days ago
    emoticon + emoticon = Yum! emoticon
    176 days ago
    I too love 🍉 & 🍈
    176 days ago
    We got the rain tonight and more coming tomorrow; I think this years local watermelon was especially sweet.
    Want to thank you for the inspiration for my blog today, as last night we did hear a few flocks of geese flying over our house around 4pm. They must of been coming in to land in the Bay as they sounded so close. I said to Bob, "my Spark-buddy from Chicago was just mentioning in her blog about seeing them flying by her area."
    I also have a Sparkie friend who lives in the Bahamas, named Sweetneey, blogging about their troubles with hurricane Dorian stalling overhead. Maybe you're buddies with her too? Hope they're okay. Well, sleep tight Leslie, I know I will. emoticon emoticon
    176 days ago
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    good night
    176 days ago
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