FOR TODAY January 25, 2010
Outside My Window... now dark and -13 C, but sun was shining in the day-time. The lenght of the day is now 7 h 20 min... The last week was very cold, every day over -20 C, so I have had some extra excitement in the mornings whether my car will start.
I am thinking... my household. Ever since my ex-H left I have been thinking it a lot! Soon I must do some decisions about moving to the cheaper lodging and getting a new job, if I can. Thinking all of this IS quite stressful.
I am thankful for... I still have some savings, although I'm NOT economical person at all...
From the kitchen... at work I ate a soup of vegetables and goat's cheese. Hot soup was a splendid lunch on this cold day.
I am wearing... can you believe I'm wearing the same white-black striped pants;) as last Monday. But today I have dark green socks and blouse.
I am creating... the first and definitely THE ONLY OPAM in this month - the woollen socks. Only ONE OPAM in this month is a huge dissappointment for me:(
I am going... to go to the interview of the new job on Thursday. I'm little bit nervous already. Ten years ago it was previous...
I am reading... last chapters of the Philippe Claudel's Le Rapport de Brodeck - in finnish Varjojen Raportti. I have found few good thoughts from it.
I am hoping... more time... and I'm hoping also that tiny feeling of the pain in my elbow would dissappear. It worries me...
I am hearing... Duffy's Rockferry album. Oh, it makes me melancholy, but also strengthens! I will survive!!!
Around the house... washing machine is 'playing it's own music'
One of my favorite things... goat's cheese and a tasty red wine... Hmm.. maybe I should go to the kitchen now;)... but before that...
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week: to keeping hold of my New Year promises, I'll sew some blocks (one CWD, one SBS, one MyDJ block and triangle). Furthermore I must finish the first block of the Girls Day Out. I can't wait to see which of the blocks the other girls have stitched in this month. There is seven other ladies and you'll find their names from Mai's blog.