November 12th, 2008

20111112, Marilee

Rain and Soup

I took the trash and recycling out today and then went to Panera for chicken noodle soup in a sourdough bowl and some iced tea. As I stopped to get the mail (new McDevitt!) I saw the Fedex Ground guy delivering my new 50-pound box of sunflower chips. I scooted it in and decided that as long as I still had my coat on (not heavy rain, but enough to make the temp feel colder), I should fill the seed container. Which meant pouring what was left into the scoop and into the birdfeeder first. I managed to get it all done, didn't hurt myself with the scissors, and back in and then Shiva wanted to watch the outdoors. So even though it was dark outside, I kept the shades up for another hour. Now I have a deconstructed cardboard box to put in the van tomorrow when I get mail and to drop off at the Public Works cardboard dumpster on Saturday because it's about two blocks off my route to the library.
20111112, Marilee

My Dewey Decimal Section

I suppose I should put mine here and not just in Mary Kay's comments:

Marilee Joy Layman's Dewey Decimal Section:

804 [Unassigned]

Marilee Joy Layman = 3189255055215314 = 318+925+505+521+531+4 = 2804

800 Literature

Literature, criticism, analysis of classic writing and mythology.

What it says about you:
You're a global, worldly person who wants to make a big impact with your actions. You have a lot to tell people and you're good at making unique observations about everyday experiences. You can notice and remember details that other people think aren't important.

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