Monday, November 4, 2013

Daybook: Monday, November 4th, 2013

Yes, I know that I haven't written on this blog for over a year.  And I'll catch up any readers who still are reading LOL in my next post. But for today, I'm just doing a regular Daybook. 

I am thankful for… for my family.  And this includes the family I have created with my husband and the family that I came from. 

At work… I'll give you a little teaser.  I'm working full-time outside of the home now.  More on that in my catch-up post. 

From the kitchen… I cooked a pork roast in the slow cooker yesterday and then made BBQ pulled pork.  There is still plenty left for dinner tonight, so we'll be having BBQ pork sandwiches, applesauce, and salad for dinner tonight. 

I am wearing… a navy cardigan, mint green long sleeze gauze blouse over a black tank top, blue dress pants, and black ballet flats.

I am creating… a photo collage with some fall pictures that we took this weekend.

I am going… to try and run some errands tonight.  And MAYBE the gym.  I should go to the gym. 

I am reading…Father Jim. 

I am hoping… that my recent sciatic pain doesn't return.  I had about 6 weeks of sciatic pain that was pretty brutal.  But between exercise/stretching, medication and massage, it is gone now.  Hopefully, it was just a one time thing.

I am hearing… Jelly Bean typing on her laptop.  It is actually remarkably quiet in the house right now. 

Around the house… we haven't done our fall cleaning of the garage yet.  I'm hoping to get a little done on Wednesday evening.  It is certainly no fun cleaning it out when it is cold and snowing, so I'm hopeful that we'll get it done before that happens.

One of my favorite things… teaching.  My current job doesn't entail a lot of teaching, but I do still get to do a little now and again and it always brightens my day.  In fact, today, someone asked me how to do something, and I got to take 10 minutes to show them how to do it.  They were so grateful to know how to do it, and I had a smile on my face all day!

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