December 31, 2015

Comfort and Joy

Fireworks from the Star of India.

My world is in as much order as it is ever going to get.  Later I shall run to the shop to shelve books.  Some of them may sell and so not appear on the inventory that we are doing on the fourth.  Order doesn’t mean book order at home though.  I have piles of new to me books that persist in growing as I continue to read Crais. 

Right now, today, I feel filled with comfort.  Gratitude indeed.  What more could anyone want.

May I wish you a happy and peace filled New Year.

  • Himself:  Working until five.  Mexican for dinner last night and all but the hot sauce worked well.  Tomorrow we leave very early for the Convention Center and work the museum space.
  • Herself:  We made one error last night.  We ate in Old Town which was jammed with Wisconsin Badger and UC supporters.  Long wait for seat.  Long wait to get served.  Food was great tho.
  • Reading:  Crais book about Maggie the police dog with PTSD.

  • Gratitudes:  That I am alive, that my youngest can see again, that G feels pretty good.

    1. HappyNew Year! Wishing you the choicest blessings of 2016. Enjoy the evening!

    2. The New Year arrived here 7hrs ago - slipped in to my house unoticed as we slept lol. This one is going to be a good one, much better than the last one. Love and best wishes to you Mage and your family for a year filled with what ever you want and desire.
      Ps did you by any chance receive my email?

    3. Bless both of your hearts. You deserve it all and I hope next year has even more for you! Quiet tonight here because hubby has never liked celebrations due to the problems with parents and their over abundance of indulgence, which you can understand. We will be quite tonight and watch a movie and head for bed by 10 or 11 and the new year will turn over with or without us.

    4. A little bit of chaos never hurt anyone. Unless someone trips over a pile of books ... hmm. Maybe the piles of books should be off the floor! Wishing the best year ever for the both of you! Your younger friend, Bonnie

    5. Thank you so much for all your help!


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