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Good Morning Everyone,

 

It is a brand new month. What is in store for you this month? I know I will return to Blue Springs at some point. BUT this month should be a better reading, stitching and organizing month.

I returned to Parsons last night and here area few of the things I am thankful for today. My own shower I do not have to share with kids. LOL somebody loved my body wash. LOL

My own washer and dryer. Helping my husband get some things done. I am thankful for AC as Melissa's has been out for over a week. I hear it should be fixed tomorrow or Monday but we shall see.

I am thankful my husband loves to grocery shop. LOL Now when we go get my car this month I can return to being an independent woman.

The summer was full of mixed blessings and feelings. I will sort all of that out and process as I go along. BUT I can tell you I am looking forward to going to my local library and finishing some books. I did a lot of reading in July and even did some stitching. Got a small jump on Christmas Shopping.

Now to call my friend Virginia, to call my sister and see how she is doing this week etc...

Happy reading and by all means stay cool!

 

Pamela


 

It is a brand new month. What is in store for you this month? I know I will return to Blue Springs at some point. BUT this month should be a better reading, stitching and organizing month.

I returned to Parsons last night and here area few of the things I am thankful for today. My own shower I do not have to share with kids. LOL somebody loved my body wash. LOL

My own washer and dryer. Helping my husband get some thigns done. I am thankful for AC as Melissa's has been out for over a week. I hear it should be fixed tomorrow or Monday but we shall see.

I am thankful my husband loves to grocery shop. LOL Now when we go get my car this month I can return to being an independent woman.

The summer was full of mixed blessings and feelings. I will sort all of that out and process as I go along. BUT I can tell you I am looking forward to going to my local library and finishing some books. I did a lot of reading in July and even did some stitching. Got a small jump on Christmas Shopping.

Now to call my friend Virginia, to call my sister and see how she is doing this week etc...

Happy reading and by all means stay cool!

 

Pamela

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