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Rambling thoughts

Saturday, October 12, 2019

I am such a great blog writer........until I start to write it down and then my thoughts get all jumble and make no sense. So I will just hit the highlights of what is on my mind.


This week, a 45 year old cousin was laid to rest. Very sad occasion as we all deal with the why of it.

Work has been crazy busy but I love every minute of it!

Tonight is supposed to be our first frost of the season and I am ready for hoodie weather.

Came to terms with losing my 775 log in spark streak. Got busy on day 776 and logged in 30 seconds late. Now I have set a new goal of trying to bypass the old one.

So proud of my nephew who broke his school's ten-year old track record by 33 seconds. It was a PR for him! Way to go Ricky Bobby!

Made veggie soup for supper tonight and thought it was yummy! Just threw in what veggies I had on hand and added garbanzo beans! Very yummy on a chilly fall evening!

Met with a new family doctor this week as my previous Dr. retired. I really liked her and her office staff. Had been with my previous Dr. for 30 years. Also on a side note: My pharmacy closed so I transferred all of my prescriptions to a new one.

I think my mind is now clear so I can get ready for bed! Good night!
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  • MARILYNS481
    Sorry for the loss of your cousin = have been there a few times

    Homemade soup = that is what I will be doing tomorrow as I want to have enough made for about a week as the days are getting colder
    31 days ago
  • GARDENCHRIS
    sorry about you loss
    33 days ago
  • SNUZYQ2
    Always good to write down one's thoughts in a blog before bed. It's like closure. You can slip under the covers and go out like a light. emoticon emoticon
    33 days ago
  • SLIMMERJESSE
    Sorry for your loss.
    33 days ago
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