Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman

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Moon vs. Plane

I looked up into the dusk and saw the crescent moon and then an airplane approaching from the closed side. No! It was going to ram the moon! Would we have moonrocks falling all over? But then it just sliced through so cleanly that the entire crescent was left.

I finished Sarah's doll's sweater last night and packed it with her sweater and mailed it today, plus two DVDs and a card. I deposited my check and then went to get groceries. I had taken out extra money because I needed to buy kitty litter today and I decided to try buying some meat since I've been semi-cooking recently. The pork rib chops were on sale and I found the lightest package (with three chops) and bought that. I'll try slicing and stirfrying one tomorrow and put the other two up in the freezer.

I almost fell trying to get into the van the first time at the post office, but I was okay the second time. I hurt a lot now, though. Almost falling doesn't break things, but it hurts.

Lucila told me they might go to Houston for the holidays and she would let me know. And she did, about an hour ago, calling from Houston. At least I don't have to get up early tomorrow.

And tonight, I start lizzibabe's necklace!
Tags: errands, food

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