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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Tuesday still recovering

Wow! I was going to go to work, but Rich said we should stay home one more day!!! Yay Rich! I’ve still got the cold and are achy tired, but I should do something constructive today either with the writing or with sewing.

Maybe writing first, but then within a couple of hours we could try sewing. I think if my sewing room were neater it be a different thing, so maybe we should plan on that too, hmm? Maybe we’ll do the cutting in the other room and sewing out here in the living room. That’s where the machine is now. Rich says we might put presents on the drafting table where the tree and sewing machine are, but that require some-buddy move something. Yeeks … We’re not so sure about that.

It’s almost 7:30 A.M. We went in and woke Rich up about 7 A.M. and now he’s up looking up his daughter’s plane schedule. I think she has to stop at Salt Lake City before coming into Chicago. Rich is going to pick her up at O’Hare and before that he’s going to his new company’s Christmas party. He sure gets a lot of them.

Ok, we’re not going to get into all that again right? It seems we’re in and out of a Christmas slump. One moment we are feeling fine, and the next moment we are dizzy and confused and not so much for Christmas. That’s not so good. We do have a whole day off I’d really like to see something get done.

Hmm, Rich said Bears won big last night 40-14. Pswhoo. That’s a lot. Brett Favre got knocked out of the game and the Bears kept scoring. I think we fell asleep. We were having a little trouble coming in and out of sleep and discomfort. That’s a terrible way to spend the day.

Rich got out to the post office yesterday afternoon and he said the books were no trouble. Did I say that part yet? I don’t think so … we last left off they were done being wrapped and labeled. It cost right at the average of $7 a box so that is good in that we figured that much. We saved 14% by doing it on line rather than at the post office. I felt good about that too. Big deal was getting CS computer hooked up on the printer and that didn’t seem to cause any real problem.

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