So, as you can see, it is time for another Pleasantly Disturbed Thursday.
So. Blogger has a new editing thingy. The old one is only available for a "limited time" before we will have to use the new one, so I went with the new one as of this post. So if anything seems weird about today's post. Blame Blogger (whom I am very grateful to for hosting this free service, btw...) (Nice Blogger. Nice Blogger. Good Boy! Who's a good little free hosting website? Yesh. Yesh. You are. You are a good boy!) (That ought to keep Blogger happy for a while.) (I bet this is some sort of record for side by side parentheses.) (If not, I bet the record holder would give even me a headache.)
Earl Grey tea is WONderful. I love the smell of it, and it is SO smooth! I think I'm going to start talking about "Earl Grey" when my husband comes home and see how he reacts.
Today is the first day of fall. I know it is actually 88 degrees in Chicago right now, but that has me thinking that I should find my crocheting needle and begin making scarves for "Warm Hands / Warm Hearts". This year, I will also do the video series I promised last year, but then I got too caught up in my own worries and feelings to do.
I haven't gotten enough tomatoes to worry about using up and making sauce with, but I have been able to put a home grown tomato on my sandwich every day for a few weeks now. YUMMY!
Did you ever notice that sometimes you can volunteer to do something "out of the goodness of your heart", and end up having more fun than a barrel of monkeys on a two wheel bike? On Saturday I had volunteered to help at the Book Fair Barnes and Nobles had for my parish's school. I thought I was being really nice going there on a Saturday morning and all. Do you know what I forgot when signing up? I LOVE hanging out at Barnes and Noble! Bob and I go there for date night! I had the best time reading to kids, sharpening pencils, smiling at strangers, and then finding books for myself when my shift was over and having lunch in the cafe with friends who were also volunteering (as a matter of fact, I got to know them from volunteering at stuff).
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