It’s late for me to be blogging today. Not sure why/how I started out so late, did some work on website, watched the Huskers play Ohio today, just a lot of regular Saturday things going on. It’s still been a long day.
The normality of having college football on was nice today. It’s a shame the refs didn’t have their annual eye exams before the game. But it was a loss for us, and there will be another game. No lives lost. Normalcy tasted nice for a little while.
We’re watching a movie, The Outpost. It was the story of the October 3, 2009 massacre of an Outpost in Afghanistan. It sat at the bottom of a valley in the mountains. Like fishing in a barrel. How could the Army really think this was a reasonable place to post up a bunch of soldiers? They rejected repeated requests to close the Outpost. Finally, finally, they did. There were many medals of honor, silver and bronze stars awarded that day, and other honors earned. We see what an American Soldier is. They are love of country, bravery, commitment, training, and dedication. I am proud to call one such man my husband.
I received three new music CD’s in the mail the last two days. More music to create by, won’t that be great? I’m looking forward to hunkering in the next few cold, wet days and creating. Sometimes my mind won’t stay still about what I want to do. Write? Crochet? Blog? Website and Social Media Work? So much to choose from. Next month, I’m going to straighten up my craft supplies, sewing and quilting things, and organize my studio. The Art supplies will go in the Family Room downstairs. I have great storage cubbies for them, they should be together. Organization will make using them much easier and organized.
Thank you for checking in tonight. Tomorrow, I must get started blogging in the morning. I don’t like leaving it until the last thing I do. Some folks have also told me they look for it in the morning to read with their coffee. Or at lunch. Besides, it’s easier to accomplish a blog in the morning when I’m freshest. Have a beautiful evening, and we’ll meet again tomorrow. Be Safe.