A few minutes in the middle…

This week has been quite busy in real life!
And yet, I cain’t ‘member zaktly what all I’ve done.

Haven’t bothered to step on the scale at all, cuz I’ve been eating some weird food. Yesterday’s chili dog/ school lunch at a junior high did not sit well with my innards. Although I’m doing sit-ups each morning, and love to be able to walk to a job two days this week. My weight loss efforts get shoved way down the priority list. Also, in case you haven’t noticed, writing for the blog is kinda hit-or-miss. Right now, I’m just waiting for the dishwasher to finish a cycle so I can go take a shower.

Last evening I made up a batch of Puppy Chow, let it cool, then packaged and labeled it for a bake sale at a nursing home. This morning, I baked Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookies.  They are cooling on racks now. I’ll pack and label them later, after my Half Day afternoon TA Sub job at a junior high.
A buddy is the Auxiliary President, and a different friend works there in an office, so I like to help them out with some small stuff every so often. Baking is a hobby I love, so iffen I give away the products they are not sitting in the pantry calling me, plus more worthy causes might benefit.

Husband’s birthday, and Mother’s Day came and gone, with a few cards to show they happened. We, as a couple, did not do anything special, just the usual Saturday breakfast.

On a shelf in my crafts room is a line of projects on my list. I’ve got colors of yarn and patterns all chosen and in bags, now for the time to sit and enjoy the handling. Meanwhile, the potholders pile grows.
Once school is done, and my trip outta town for nephew’s wedding is over, I look forward to the summer handcrafts.

If I were marking this paper for a grade, I would say that the paragraphs are not in focus with each other. I love having my own blog to do with it what I want 🙂

~~love and Huggs, Diane

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5 Responses to A few minutes in the middle…

  1. momma says:

    And we love you ding it. Tell George a happy belated birthday for us. Also he made the right decision not to try that bike ramp at the store. Have a great day Diane and I’ll be back later!

  2. Pam says:

    M-mmmmm-Puppy Chow! Now THAT’S a sinful treat, if ever I saw one! (Maybe you should post the recipe? Just for people who don’t know what you’re talking about). Sounds like you’ve been really busy, lady!
    Sorry your tummy isn’t feeling well; perhaps today will be better for you.
    Don’t worry about the ‘continuing flow’ of your blog-it’s YOUR blog! Write whatever/however YOU feel – it’s OUR job to translate it! (hehehe)
    Hugs;
    Pammie

  3. George says:

    “We, as a couple, did not do anything special, just the usual Saturday breakfast.”

    I would disagree that our usual Saturday breakfast is not special; I look forward to it all week 🙂

  4. MrsDoF says:

    the recipe for Puppy Chow is found at Decrepit Old Fool’s post written last Autumn and scroll down within the comments

  5. caroline says:

    Love puppy chow!!! we make it at work…just off limits for me at the moment..

    I’m working on a granny square blanket for a dear friend in Illinois…I’m making it for a christmas/birthday present, so i can’t post any pics until he gets it because he follows my blog and facebook…but that’s why i haven’t posted any project pics as of late…

    I am loving the fact that i have been making things, things that actually look good and can be used…