Joining the River of Small Stones today - writing about small things I notice each day for thirty days
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January 1, 2011
Isn't it interesting if you write the date in shortened form, it looks like this: 1/1/11
new computer - where the heck is the delete key?
slowly, slowly, the thick frost on the roof across the lane disappears in the afternoon sunlight.
the old grey raccoon makes his morning rounds through the brown stubble and weeds
at the Seniors' Centre this morning, doing my weekly volunteer shift, I saw this message scribbled on the inside of the door of one of the toilet cubicles - "if you sprinkle when you tinkle, be a sweetie and wipe the seatie"
they keep trying to convince me that my morning star is not a star, but the planet Venus - but they won't succeed
oh no, in this morning's mail - a reminder to make an appointment for my next mammogram - ouch!
after just two days of sunshine, the daffodil bulbs have popped out of the ground
David picked all the raisins out of his morning oatmeal porridge - he said they were tormented grapes - I think he saw that on an old movie
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