Kelly J. Cooper (kjc) wrote,
Kelly J. Cooper
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Time's Swift Passage


The only downside of this weekend is that I ended up with a big blister on my lip Sunday night. Ouch! I don't know if it was too much arginine or the physical stress of mild windburn and lots of different foods or what. I also worked Sunday and managed to do something good for my boss, PLUS I got to see candle_light and family again! Twice in one weekend! I think that's a record.

Last week, I was sufficiently distracted by Birthday Events as to miss out on all kinds of stuff: other people's lives, events, and my 15-minutes project.

I had a really nice, sleepy dozy day today. Eventually I got up & ate a little food and watched the VERY TENSE Chicago Code and the CLIFF-HANGIN' Castle. The BF made pasta with shrimp in a white sauce that was super tasty.

After TV, I cranked up the news & did another 15 minutes of clean-up in the kitchen.

And after THAT, I caught up a little bit on my LJ friends' list and a little bit on Facebook.

I also got a birthday card from my folks today that says on the outside:

"Wear some cool boots. Cool boots make you feel like you can handle anything."

Then, on the inside:

"Or at least kick it really hard."

I love my folks.
Tags: 15-minutes, birthday, dinner, food, friends, myp, tv
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