Wednesday, April 11, 2007

What's on my mind

Busy! Making a list so I know what to come back to (or not) at some point...
  • I really need for my passport to come. I applied for it 8 weeks ago. It hasn't come yet, and I leave for a conference in Canada a week from tomorrow, where I will see PPB. I will be very disappointed if I don't to go, but I have to admit, there would be some pluses to not going.
  • I'm still taken with the appearance of the fox family. It's been the impetus for a lot of reflection on my part.
  • I am still planning to finish writing part three of the Tale of Two Places series of posts. Just haven't had time to get it done.
  • I had three weeks to read and comment on papers for my class. Did I get it done? No, I did not. Now I have to read three week's worth of reflection papers before next Tuesday. Why do I do this to myself?
  • JM sent me a brownie recipe that looks outstanding. Perhaps I'll have to give it a try soon. I'm really out of practice with the baking.
  • Have I mentioned lately that life is just damn good? No? Well, let me say it then: Life is good!

10 comments:

JM said...

what you lack in baking skills, you make up for in your mad mouse-hunting skillz.

seeker said...

JM, is the brownie recipe a family secret recipe?

JM said...

no...I got it from Mel approx 10 yrs ago. Email me if you want the recipe.

Yankee T said...

Hey. Just stopping by to say hi.
Glad life is good!

Linda said...

JM- Yes, that's right. I'm the Mad Mouse-Hunter!

Seeker- You're going to make brownines?!? Wow....be careful!

YT- Hi! Glad you're blogging again.

seeker said...

Though I don't enjoy cooking (except for grilling up stuff), it never hurts to have recipes of really decadent stuff you can bring to a pot luck.

Songbird said...

Brownies are yummy, and life is good, and I like this post! (Except for the belated passport.)

jo(e) said...

I'm jealous of both you and PPB.

When is everyone going to start visiting Snowstorm Region?

What Now? said...

I have several pairs of socks that say "life is good" on the ankle, and I put them on when I'm filled with the sense that life is indeed good or when I've momentarily forgotten that life is good. (So I wear them a lot!)

Marie said...

Yay! Life is good!