Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Horizontal Thoughts

Bring home chocolate...Bring home chocolate... M, can you feel me now?

I still haven't finished "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay," can you believe it? I can't. I should put down the iBook (which I've recently christened Shiro--"white" in Japanese--how original!) and pick up that book. But I've had a lovely evening surfing around, particularly reading This Beats Waitressing, a blog a friend has just started, and Super Eggplant, a crafty blog that aforementioned friend turned me on to.

This morning's therapy was weeding and cutting back the parsley and sage (forget it, M already sang the rest of the song) for an hour. Why does that make me feel so good? Making the rounds of my pots and barrels, clippers in hand, is usually the first thing I do when I come home from a trip. I'm happy to report that the sweet peas are coming along nicely, as are the irises. I bought a six-pack of pansies at Longs and replaced the plants that had inexplicably withered in the front bed--most are going gangbusters. I think I'm going to have a very colorful, cheerful March and April this year...


At 3:19 PM, February 25, 2005, Blogger Dawn Powell said...

After I sent out the investment mix I got an e-mail from a client saying, "Very clever, I didn’t know you had this talent. Would you like to dj my son’s bar mitzvah in 2007?” So I got to work... I spent most of the next weekend finding songs that I made into a set that I now call “The Bar Mitzvah Mix/Wedding Mix" It’s all those predictable tunes. I made a CD out of it and while I don't normally engage in "pay to play" I will send you one for plugging my blog, "This Beats Waitressing". Glad you like the Egglplant one too.


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