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Day to day life #2: Fast pace day

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Blog entry by T. D. Reid posted 12-31-2011 04:16 AM 667 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Early start on the road for us today and Tom didn’t mind because I took him to McDonalds for breakfast. We did our weekly grocery shopping afterward as well as picking up supplies for the Vet clinic. It really went fast and we were home before 1030. I paid bills and balanced the check book before going to the shop to finish a frame that goes around the outside of a house address sign made of terra cota that my wife and I bought two Christmas ago. I will install it tomorrow morning and then add pictures to the site.
Marianne, Tom and I met our best friends Sam and Rick for dinner tonight and exchanged gifts. I know that it’s a little late but Sam’s sister and nephew were in from Florida for Christmas and they left today. Part of our meeting was to help cheer her up and I think that we succeeded because we met at 5:30 and didn’t leave until 8:00.
The clinic is open the last Saturday of months that have five weeks in them or on the first Saturday of the months that only have four. So, tomorrow Marianne will be at work until noon. I really hate these weekends because she is always wore out and it seems like we don’t get any time together. I usually try and stay out of the shop during the weekends however; tomorrow I will take the extra time to attempt to build one of the Wood Whisper’s calendar holders.
I hope that you found this to be short and sweet tonight. I am going to have to come up with a schedule for blog writing. Any suggestions for how often to write?

-- Head to the shop its calling you – Todd



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