Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman
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Lots of Animals


I watched TV and tapes last night, finished the paper, and got to bed to read at 1:30am. I read until 4:30am and then came out to have English muffins and sit with Spirit. I'd been full earlier, but hadn't had enough calories, so planned to come before I slept.

I got up at 1pm and called to set up a BP check on next Thursday, since I wasn't up to going yesterday. I went out to get money for next week and on the way back, drove by a local ABC news van. The NBC news tells me a burglar smashed into the local expensive jewelry store and got about $24,000 in watches at 4am and there were videos with eight directions. I didn't recognize him.

Cat servers.

Ms. Beatha Lee wins election.

Mama Grizzly said "No wonder Michelle Obama is telling people to breast feed their babies," Palin said at an event on Long Island. "Yeah you better, because the price of milk is so high right now.". But Obama is just mentioning it casually, no campaign. (And babies don't get cow milk, they get formula if they're not breastfed.)

I was thinking, wow, how can that guy keep all the bread on his head? But then I noticed the loaf behind him. That's still a lot to carry like that!
Tags: bp check, bread delivery, burglar in city, cat servers, dog president, errands, food, grizzly says cow, reading, sleeping, tv
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