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Not Really Coherent Wordful Wednesday

Photo: Cousins :-)
These are some cuties, I have to say! Colbi wouldn't look at me, she was fascinated by my pant leg!!
Today has been a good one so far. I was able to visit with my sister this morning, then go to Walmart during the week day, which is actually a pretty relaxing experience. I have some plans for projects that I am not ready to start right now but sometime in the near future, so I was picking out some fabric and paint. Then, I went down the toy aisle and mentally gathered some birthday and Christmas gift ideas for the kids. I was also able to go to the gardening section and look at some flowers. They didn't have much of a selection today, but that is also something I'd like to think about in the future. While I was there, I also saw that they are now making flavors of my very favorite creamer and I can't wait to wake up tomorrow and try my first one out!! (I got the cookie one, in case anyone is interested).
In the past couple weeks, I've been not working and "recovering" (I put that in quotations because rest really hasn't been on my radar, as it probably should be), but my time and mind have been free to focus on other things besides work. I have to say, it's been a great experience to get this time, while limited, to really just hang out and let life happen and take it in.

I got on an interesting comment conversation on Facebook and it led me to think that Facebook needs to have different divisions:

Stay at Home Mom Facebook Feeds

Pictures of Food Facebook Feeds

Christian Verses and Comments Facebook Feeds

"Back in My Day" Facebook Feeds

Pictures of my Kids/Grandkid Facebook Feeds

I Am Looking for a Job Facebook Feeds

Very Long Status Update Facebook Feeds

I Am a Negative Nelly/Nancy Facebook Feeds

I think that covers most all updates, right??

Well, I am off to either lay down or paint my bookshelf, it's really a coin toss at this point.


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