monique

Woolgathering
2001-09-06 18:02:58 (UTC)

Basics for Thursday, September 6, 2001

TO-DO LIST
**bake apple pie
**defrost chicken for dinner
**get address for oral surgeon
**vacuum
**mop kitchen floor
**water garden/pick tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers/get mail
**water flower pots
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TALK TO JOHN ABOUT
**ordering 1/2 beef
**scheduling rug cleaning
**washing van
**picking fruit in orchard
**bringing home firewood
**cleaning up yard
**scheduling shots for cats
**moving roses

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DAILY FEATURES

DINNER: Baked tarragon chicken with vegetables (potatoes,
carrots, celery, mushrooms, green peppers,onions, peas) and
homemade biscuits and apple pie/ice cream for dessert.

QUILTING: Applique three baskets for Patek quilt and
quilt one row of Aunt Clara's Bowtie quilt.

WHAT I LEARNED TODAY: St Luke's Little Summer is a British
term meaning a period of fine weather around October 18th,
the saint's feast day.

READING: Death and the Chapman by Kate Sedley

WEATHER: Cool in morning, clear and warm in afternoon with
high near 75 degrees.

SCHEDULE FOR TOMORROW:
Junction City: Grocery shopping and Owen to doctor for immunizations.
Corvallis: Oral surgeon appointment for Gavin at 3:15 p.m., recyle, put Jack's check in
the bank, go to library.

QUOTE: The year begins when school begins. Then the big orange-colored school bus
scurries like a beetle along all the country roads, pauses long enough to gulp
down the children, and is gone. ~ Rural Free: A Farmwife's Almanac of Country Living

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