Monday, September 22, 2008

Today is the first day of Fall. Enjoy the season!

Jim's Little Photo Place today:
One single impression: Autumn (a poem)


Picture of the day:

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Word of the day:
HOMOEOPATHIST, n.
Devil's Dictionary: The humorist of the medical profession.

Urban Dictionary: HOMOEOPATHIST isn't defined yet.
TheFreeDictionary: (Homeopathy) Noun -- a method of treating disease by the use of small amounts of a drug that produces symptoms of the disease in healthy people [Greek homoios similar + patheia suffering]

Plans for the day:
Straighten and tie waxed myrtle bush tree in front of house (partially uprooted by Hurricane Ike)

Call in prescription refill. This is to our new prescription drug insurance provider. A test to see if they accept our refills.

Call retirement living center to see if they are ready for Adi and my Tuesday visit (may not be back in order due to Hurricane Ike)
Adi gets a bath

Work on organizing my clutter

Wash some clothes

Other things, TBD


Yesterday:
Went to church

Lunch at Applebee's

Paid a bill and shopped for necessities--groceries, printer cartridges, stakes for trees

Answered blog comments

Read part of the Sunday paper

Tried new brand of ice cream, HEB Creamy Creations Light Vanilla before bedtime. All four of us liked it (Mrs. Jim, Adi, Katrin, and me)

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Comments:
Hey, nice! Bierce for the start of the fall. Enjoy the day. It may even cool off here in the desert.
 
Good luck with fixing your crepe myrtle Jim!

That's a great picture.

Adi eats ice cream too! I know she is one spoiled dog!! My dog is very spoiled too!!
 
Hi Jim,

In reading your profile, I noticed we have a few things in common.

Interests: Internet Surfing and dogs.

Movies: "You've Got Mail"

Music: "Golden Oldies"

I surfed over here from "Jen's Chronicles" I love Fall it's such a beautiful time of the year. Your photo is beautiful also.

Be careful you don't work to hard. And have a nice day.
 
Down here, fall arrives when we have two consecutive nights below 70 degrees. No calendar necessary.
 
Dear Jim,
I turned my "year-log" yesterday, sad, but true.
Serina invented the year-log when she was a life embracing little girl and all the seasons were of equal value.
As I am growing older, I also am about regaining the connection with the good life of every day, not only the sweet and sunny ones.
Good for you, that you are still busy being born, and exploring new food.
Ice is food, isn't it. Or perhaps sheer joy?
From Felisol
 

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