Wednesday, April 23, 2008

A Day in the Life of Me...

I woke up this morning with a sore throat and ear ache. Guess I got more out of my trip to the dentist than a few fixed teeth. And when I stepping on the scales this morning (I know I told myself not to do that until the next weigh-in) I was up a half pound. But that is OK because I KNOW I was right on plan yesterday. So there...

Cleaned house yesterday and did some more crocheting while watching a movie last night. I've now got about 30 dish clothes (anybody out there need any?) but they are so much fun to make that they relax me. It's a same crocheting is exercise because I'd be the exercise queen about now.

I really enjoyed setting in front of the computer yesterday and looking out my window and watching (through the woods) my doggies explore the property next door. The cutest thing about it was watching two of my cats follow them around and smell where they stopped to sniff. It almost looked like 4 dogs. Ahh, the small pleasures in life.

Boy, I lead a boring life don't I...

3 comments:

->cara said...

Sounds like you live a pretty amazing life to me. Wow, to be able to watch the little things like that in life. I'm envious of you.

About the dish clothes. The funniest thing is I was cleaning the kitchen last night and using one of you dish clothes to wipe the counter and I thought, I love this dish cloth. So I went and got all of my cotton yarn together and told myself I'll put this in a box and send it to Mommy so she can make me some more. And now you're blogging about it. Wow, we really are connected!

Donna said...

Ohhhhh, Sounds so incredibly relaxing. I could use a nice retreat like that!

Cammy said...

From where I sit, your life seems peaceful and anything but routine!

I do think of things like crocheting as exercise because they help quiet your mind AND your resting heart rate. :)

I have a trick for the goop during the x-ray. It used to make me want to gag, but a hygienist told me when the goop goes in to raise my feet up off the chair about 3 inches and hold them there. I focused so much on holding up my feet, the goopy moment was over in no time!