Curtains

My Mom called me yesterday morning to tell me that she found some curtains while she was cleaning out a closet.  I was so excited that I had to drop everything and drive over there to get them.  What a beautiful drive it was….all back roads.  Everything is greening and it’s hard to believe that everything was under a couple of foot of snow a month ago.

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I love the new curtains!!!

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This is a sure sign of summer when my pussy is laid out on the floor instead of curled up somewhere.

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I received some good news over the weekend.  I’m getting my hours back at Millers.  From now on I will go in at 3 PM and will have my full 40 hour week back.  I’m glad that I hung in there. :)

The plants that I put out in pots on Monday are still kind of iffy.  Looks like the cucumbers and tomatoes are doing fine, but I’m not sure about the ones that my pussy assaulted.  Oh well, if they kick the bucket, I’ll just have to start over.

I have been almost totally free of  GMOs for the past 4 weeks.  I’m saying almost because there’s always a chance that I’m missing something.  I’m feeling awesome and have not even had a hint of a boil developing.  Usually at around 4 PM every day I get really sleepy and just worn out feeling, no matter how much sleep I get the night before.  This has gone away too. :) When I went to my Mom’s last Sunday, I had some butter on a bun and some milk in my coffee.  Not five minutes later my head was stuffed up.  No more dairy products for me!!

The smoking is still a problem.  I have cut down and a pack lasts me about 3 days.  No smoke breaks during work hours.  I just haven’t been able to put them down completely, rat bastards.

13 comments:

  1. Awesome, Blossom!

    Great about work, the curtains are lovely and your pussy adorable...and nice about the dietary bonuses, too!

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  2. Teri....LOL..thank you :) Are you back already?

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  3. Love the curtains, I am glad the change in diet is working so well for you. Yay! on getting 40 hours again! Take care, Sheila

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  4. Sheila...thanks. Congrats again to Miss C :) You must be so proud!

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  5. Back from BlogPaws? Nope, it's this weekend.

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  6. Guy.....yep...rat bastard my favorite phrase.

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  7. Teri....I thought it was this past weekend. Have fun!!! :)

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  8. Congrats on being GMO free. I admire your discipline. Now about those smokes.....a pack over 3 days is a step in the right direction and any way you can cut down is a good thing. It's 9.5 weeks for me and I still haven't even had a puff. It isn't really getting any easier :(

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  9. Great curtains! Now you'll be able to boogie away and no one will see you.

    I must start sing the expression rat bastard about my partner. :D

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  10. Gypsy....congrats on 9.5 weeks. I don't know why it is so hard for me. I beat myself up daily. :(

    Joe....LOL....boogie....right!
    Rat Bastard is such a nice word especially in print. :)

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  11. The way I quit smoking (the last time, many years ago) was to give up my favorite smoking times... after a meal, for instance. I made a rule that I had to wait two hours, then I could have all the smokes I wanted. Once you beat those "favorite smoke times", you'll have it whipped.

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  12. Donna...yes I agree, that has helped to cut it down for me.

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I was born in Jever, Germany.  My parents immigrated to the United States in 1968.  I became a United States citizen in 2005.
 
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