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Waste Not Wednesday, 12/22/10

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Good morning!

Wow, I'm exhausted! The kids had their Christmas concert last night at school. It was long, but they did great. After FINALLY getting them settled down and in bed, I started assembling teacher gifts and then gifts for my co-workers. Not to mention child specific items for each of their class parties today. Never a dull moment! I finally dropped in bed around 10:30, which is late for me.

So, today is work for me. Blah. What a waste to be open, imo. Nobody is focused, we just want the week to fly by! The kids have an early out of 2:00, so that means I'll get out of work early today to go get them. After school my friend invited my children and myself over to decorate Christmas cookies, and I stupidly agreed. Jeesh, as if I didn't have 100 other things to do before we leave on Friday morning!!!

Tonight I need to bake more caramels, mix up some gingerbread cookie dough for the kids to decorate when I'm at work on Thursday, and possibly some more hard candy. I also need to wrap about 10 more presents that I are hidden throughout the house! lol

Have a great day, everybody!!
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Good MOrning!! Slept in a little - almost 8AM and that's okay with me!! Today - a busy day with lots of errands and things to do before we fly out tomorrow - need this list t make sure I attend to it all!!

Wrap more presesnts
Finish working in the ends of crocheted dishcloths and scrubbers
Change bed linens
Clean off bar between LR and K
Clean out one shelf in closet
Written inventory of donations to SA
Deliver donations to SA
Pick up meds, toothpaste, green beans
Thank you note - write and deliver
Pay bills
Self manicure and pedicure
Refill med container
Finish cards
PO - pick up mail, buy stamps
Color hair

Okay - I'm convinced - I need to get going!
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