Sunday, January 17, 2010

Ready, set, go!



O.k., are you ready?

This one will be fast.

Today, i...

  • did not go to church (because i love the people of God and did not want to subject them to my 1 1/2 weeks-without-a-shower-odor)
  • did laundry at the washateria (i love that word)
  • prepared chicken feet for transport
  • cleaned out the truck in preparation for tomorrow's escapades
  • prepared chicken container for tomorrow
  • refreshed chicken coop bedding
  • completely forgot about feeding my husband, who did not forget and thankfully is a great cook
  • fed and put away chickens
  • had the great pleasure and delight of showering at relatives house (way groovy shower and amazing feeling of cleanliness)
  • cleaned kitchen and washed dishes with rain water (i am so cool)
  • burned garbage after dark
  • folded and put away laundry
  • posted blog (this is a faith statement - i assume i will actually post this blog)
Tomorrow, i plan to (Lord willing)
  • get up really early
  • capture chicken named Soupy and contain for trip to new home
  • NOT forget to bring chicken feet for chicken foot loving friend
  • drive to Conroe all by myself (which never happens) and possibly enjoy some drive thru breakfast on the way (just because i can)
  • be at Eva's house by 6:30 a.m.
  • pass off Soupy to new home
  • ride to Bound4Life event in Houston (see last Sunday's post for details) with women of like minds and hearts
  • march, pray, be silent, participate, etc.
  • arrive back in Conroe 4-ish maybe
  • retrieve my vehicle
  • meet person who is giving me an unwanted rooster (whom i plan to eat)
  • maybe, if it's early enough, squeeze in much needed visit with wonderful friend
  • go to store and purchase something (i'll have to remember what) for wonderful hubby
  • go home to my beloved
  • feed chickens and everyone else
  • sit down (i'm sure i'll need it)
  • post new blog entry
O.k. that's the short of it.  It's 11 o'clock; i better get some sleep.

Good night and many blessings.

The mind of man plans his way; the Lord directs his steps. -Proverbs 16:9

1 comment:

  1. my two favorite parts:

    •completely forgot about feeding my husband, who did not forget and thankfully is a great cook

    •maybe, if it's early enough, squeeze in much needed visit with wonderful friend

    I love you and really hope to see you today!!

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