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For Today....

I am "working from home" as my boss is in Bosnia (!!) on vacation this week.  I have a longer post planned for later today but saw this "meme" type post on a few other blogs I read (Chez Larsson and Ali Edwards who came across The Simple Woman's Daybook through Apple Likes Orange)  and thought it would be a good way to inspire me to get writing and be creative today....  Am going to try to remember to revisit this post every once in a while....

For today, June 25, 2009...

Outside my window... Grey skies and grass that desperately needs a haircut... but with rain 22 out of June's 25 days it's hard to get to it...

I am thinking...
about all of the busy weeks ahead of us for the next two months...

I am thankful for...
my family (and my Keurig coffee pot)

From the kitchen...  leftover homemade pepperoni and anchovie pizza for lunch

I am wearing...  yoga pants and a t-shirt in hopes it will inspire me to pop in an excercise video

I am creating... lists in my head of all the things I hope to get done today while LP is at day care and I'm "working" from home...

I am going... to walk away from Facebook and spend some time reacquainting myself with my sewing machine...

I am reading... Baby sign language books

I am hoping... for some sunshine

I am hearing... a snoring dachshund in an otherwise quiet house...

Around the house... evidence in every room that a baby rules the roost...

One of my favorite things...  my Marshmallow Fluff coffee cup.

A few plans for the rest of the week...  work on some special baby shower gifts, hemming some pants for myself, and three birthday parties to attend this weekend...

Here is picture I am sharing... taken by a friend at a birthday party we went to a few weeks ago- a photo of all three of us!

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