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Woolgathering
2004-01-13 02:13:02 (UTC)

Basics for Monday, January 12, 2004

TO-DO LIST

** Laundry
** Learning to use digital camera

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DAILY FEATURES

DINNER: Meatloaf, mashed potatoes with butter, corn, green
salad and rolls

WHAT'S IN JOHN'S LUNCHBOX: Homemade beef-noodle soup;
homemade pizza to microwave; slice of apple pie; chocolate
chip cookies; an orange, a banana and an apple; a container
of orange juice and a thermos of coffee.

QUILTING: Quilting four patch crib quilt

WHAT I'M GRATEFUL FOR:

READING: Knitting Lessons: Tales from the Knitting Patch by
Lela Nargi (NF)

WEATHER: Normal Oregon January weather--showers and cool
with highs in the low 50s

SCHEDULE FOR TOMORROW: Errands and chores and choir
practice in the evening.

QUOTE: I have a respect for doors. If you have an old,
attractive, handmade door, you can always hope to get a
house to fasten on to it. There are other uses, too. A
door is something to open wide when a friend comes;
something to close against cold, or emptiness, or grudges.
It is something to slam in anger; relieving your spirit, or
hang a Christmas wreath from, or close in exquisite
gentleness in time of sorrow. A door is symbloical of
something within yourself that you can close to avoid
wounding a friend or being wounded by one; or when you are
unwiling to strike back in agnry, justice, thus setting a
stone between yourself and your friend that both of you will
have to step over for the rest of your lives. There are
times when nothing in the world is as profoundly satisfying
as simply closing a door. ~ Rural Free: A Farmwife's
Journal of Country Living