||[Oct. 29th, 2004|09:39 am]
... a hot cup of coffee while the oddly warm wind blusters around our place.|
... the smell of chicken stock on the stove, made from bones saved up in the freezer.
... two really nice skeins of yarn from a friend. I can't wait to knit 'em up!
... polar fleece pajamas found at the thrift store for $1.50.
... piles and piles of CDs from friends in Sweden.
... great series/documentaries on DVD at the library.
... NYT delivered a couple days late via a friend who lets us have them when she's done.
... a clean bathroom sink. Dusted shelves. Swept and vaccuumed floors.
... sturdy canvas shopping bags.
... green and orange ceramic owl from the 60s... 25 cents!
... a freshly-painted-with-freecycled-paint front door -- deep orangey-yellow!
... friends for dinner on Halloween -- BYOB.
How about you?
Polar Fleece Pajamas! Wow! What could possibly be finer in life?!
I know! I was so stoked. I love them, and just as importantly, the husband thinks they are HOT>
You have married well. Not every man feels that way about fleecy pajamas, more's the pity!
library books that I asked the library to buy for ME! (other patrons too, I suppose.....)
budget pay utility bills
canvas shopping bags~no one else uses them here, and often the baggers look at me like I've got a thrid eye. I smile sweetly at them.
good homemade soup, cookies, bread..food in general
hot tea on a cold morning
well cooked Irish oatmeal with raisens, dried cherries, walnuts, brown sugar and milk.