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My van’s headlights turn on automatically when it is dark enough for them to be necessary. When I started the ignition shortly before 10 pm tonight my headlights came on. Well, that is certainly a sign of fall. I will miss the light late into the evenings. Soon it will be very dark at night. Then, once the snow comes and settles, it will lighten things up a bit.
Thursdays are my busiest day of the week and today was no exception. However, in the midst of it there were a couple pleasant surprises. I was asked to join the fine arts guild, which is quite an honor. Shortly thereafter while at the mall two women stopped me and wanted a closer look at the necklace I was wearing. Then, I received a phone call from out-of-state requesting some custom made jewelry. So, in the midst of rushing from one place to the next, getting boys to therapy and running errands, I was blessed by several unknown persons.
My shoulder has been bothering me for the past few weeks. I do think it started while cutting up fish for canning. Anyway, it is a flare-up from a torn shoulder injury several years ago. I’ve been working on computer things for a couple weeks and should be finished soon. While working at the computer I don’t seem to aggravate the shoulder too much. But, I’m also not getting any jewelry made. That’s probably okay as the season is winding down. The next big push will be for the day after Thanksgiving.
Silver salmon are in, but the guy my husband fishes with had surgery a couple weeks ago. Doesn’t look too promising for silvers this year. In all honesty, the way my shoulder is feeling, I really don’t want to have to deal with any more fish right now.
I’ve been making a wonderful bread, lately. It tastes great, slices well and doesn’t fall apart. It is dense, yet, not heavy. It is made of spelt, kamut, oats & flax. I entered the recipe a couple days ago so it should be available in the recipe index on this site.
I’ve had the opportunity to talk with several people about the blood type diet in recent weeks. There are a few that are going to try it. I see most of them often enough that I might be able to be of some assistance if needed. They each have the www.dadamo.com address and some background info about the site. It never fails to surprise me just how many people don’t have a clue to what there blood type is or if it really matters.
It is very late. I’m worn out and probably not making much sense. Till next time…