Looking Out My Window: Last weekend somebody thought it would be clever to spray paint graffiti on a water culvert across the lake. The city has a graffiti hotline # to call. The graffiti was gone yesterday. Thanks.
I’m Hearing: Mr and Mrs Flicker are back in the neighborhood. Unfortunately, they believe pecking into the stucco of our house would provide a wonderful home for their family. I have shooed them away 3 times this morning.
My Weekend Plans Include: Elizabeth and Don, Jessica, and my sister, Jane will be here this weekend to celebrate Easter and to participate in Raking Day.
I’m Reading: I'm still listening to the First Family by David Baldacci. Actually, Ed and I listening to it together. I also finished a great story called A Painted House by John Grisham. This short story is narrated by seven year-old Luke Chandler, the son of an Arkansas family renting and farming in 1952. I really liked this one.
Movie Marquee: The Men Who Stare At Goats and the Red Violin
Something Quiltie: Last night my quilt group met at Debbie's house. I love that group of women. It's great to have friends to laugh and cry with.
I’m Thinking About: How blessed I am in all aspects of my life.
One of My Favorite Things: Our library system here is amazing. I love the fact that you can place holds on items on line. Then you are sent an email saying it's ready for pickup. They even send you a reminder when it's due. It's a great system.
What I’m Planning For: Next week I have to teach a class at the store. There's a lot of prep that's involved.
What’s For Dinner: Mexican Cobb Salad
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Until Next Time-Kyle