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Friday, November 30, 2012

Friday Fill - ins and Trippin Down the Road.

I typed all this late at night and couldn't see well, lol

The earliest Color Change anyone can remember, caused by over night temps of below 40°F weather


1. Why is it so hard to get enough sleep?
2. Is it because I watch "Bones" late at night? Yes, that's what I want to know!
3. Hold on to your dreams in the morning for more than five seconds do you?
4. Insanity is coming soon.
5. Do you think rationally, at 4 AM, when a squadron of helicopters comes flying low over your house?
6. Eat to live, Live to laugh, Die for love.
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to reading my Bear Book after going to a training session, and tomorrow my plans include going to buy more beads and then finishing all the earrings for the DDs, nieces, and friends as well; and Sunday, I want to make even more earrings and start making heart shaped bees wax moldings for the people I know who sew! 

Trippin down the Road:

 Wolfie, DH, and I went for a walk at the the Nature Interpretive Center the other day, and Wolfie wanted to see what that strange silent canine was looking at.  Then he became confused and wanted to be picked up and carried in case there were other large metal dogs around.  

We always have a nice time.  The Nature Interpretive Center as well as all trails near it are good for walking and bike riding.  This "stone"stage is a place where families can hear wildlife talks and even have picnics.  You can walk or drive a car down to Old Mission Dam, too.  But you can't bring the car out the same way, you have to do a loop.  There is good rock climbing there too, above the road.

If you get a chance to go, look for the entrances on Mission Gorge Road, to both the center and the parking areas.  It's a fun place of kids, since there is a Kumeyaay reed hut there, as well as grinding rocks further down the trail where this Native American people ground acorns and other dried foods.  And of course, life sized statues of a cougar, a coyote, and other animals that live in the park.

4 comments:

  1. I watch Bones late at night too. Usually that gives me good Seeley Booth dreams!! ;)

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  2. Insanity has already arrived for some of us :)I have real trouble remembering my dreams in the morning. They fade away so quickly now :( x

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  3. Aha! Seeley Booth seems to have a HUGE fan club. I like that loser in love with the red beard and blue eyes though. He's so creepy cool. hehehe Thanks for telling me what is probably wrong with my dreams!

    Andie, I once heard it said that Sanity was highly over-rated, and I now think that's true. Dreams, well, they have to be written down as you are waking up. But when I do that, I can't read what I wrote!

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  4. Insanity is coming soon, does that mean you're going to do those workouts or you're literally going insane? Are you referring to the Christmas season? :) HEE HEE

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