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

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Lists of Things

I did a lot of things around the house and then watched Love Bites. It reminds me of a show years ago that was much curlier and eyelashish, but this is not nearly as silly at it was, with hearts at the end of section. Then I read most of the paper while I watched late news and Hoarders. It was the first time and the draw is clearly the awful houses and the mentally ill hoarders. I don't know if I'll watch again. I left the last two sections of the paper out here and went to bed to read at 1:30am. The blue sparkle ball was under the chest of drawers, but in half an hour, it was lost again. I still have the yellow, but not the green and two purples. These are much smaller than Birdie, but I wonder where they are. I read until 5:30am, came out to get the paper, and went back to sleep. The alarm went off at 1pm and I got up.

I've read one section of yesterday's paper and the front pages of all the section of today's paper. It's time to move laundry from the washer to the dryer.

“Eighteen vets commit suicide every day in this country, and one animal is put to sleep every eight seconds. They can help save each other.”
Tags: reading, sleeping, sparkle balls, tv, vets help dogs & dogs help vets

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