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Tomorrow. Tomorrow I have a telephone appointment with Social Security to talk about Medicare.
Yes, this is an issue for me. While it is not a requirement to be a college graduate to hold public office, at the same time there is something to be said for completing a project that is nearly done. Mr. Walker quit his studies at Marquette University during the 2nd semester of his senior year. Since the life of our President tends to (and needs to) be an open book, I would like to know why this potential candidate quit his studies at that particular time in his college career.
We have family members living in Illinois, the "Land of Lincoln." In the home of one of them are some interesting reminders of Abraham Lincoln's service to our country.
Funny you should ask this! I've recently launched a new food blog that has a yummy recipe for gluten-free Almond Date Cookies. To see the recipe, click here: Kitchen Ambrosia (note: this is a WordPress blog, which is quite different in formatting from Blogger, so I'm still figuring out the bells 'n whistles of the template design. I hope to make it more "showy" as I understand how it works)
Although the previews of the show often looked entertaining, those kinds of programs often have "blue humor" which does not appeal to us at all, so we have never watched it.
I have the most wonderful husband! After my accident 6 years ago, my shoulder replacement made it a real chore for me to make the bed by myself. Ever since then it has been our habit to make the bed together immediately after we get out of bed -- we always get up at the same time.
Years ago television actor George Peppard used to clamp his teeth down on a cigar and say, "I love it when a plan comes together!" (The A-Team in the 1980s)
Some of my longtime readers may remember that when Beloved and I moved into our current house almost 2 years ago, I did much of the packing. I followed an idea originated by Emilie Barnes where she numbered every box she packed and then made an index card for each box, listing on that card all the contents of the box.
I modernized that idea by dispensing with the index cards and created a Microsoft Excel document with the box numbers and contents listed. There is a search feature in this program so that when I want to find something, it's very easy.
Yesterday Beloved needed some information from his university diplomas, so he asked me to find and bring them to him. It was pure delight to be able to find exactly what he needed in box 103.
I love it when a plan comes together!