Wednesday, November 21, 2007

What I did today

1. I don't go to campus on Tuesdays, so I slept late.
2. I made fruitcake from my mother's recipe. I know a lot of people don't like fruitcake, but this fruitcake is moist and good. I put the batter in four 6-oz loaf pans. Two of the loaves got the rum treatment!
3. I took a really long bath and skimmed through a book about Emily Dickinson.
4. I commented on Vanessa's note at Facebook.
5. I put some ribs into the oven to slow-cook.
6. I went grocery shopping for Thanksgiving.
7. I thought about how the semester is almost over.

2 comments:

emmapeelDallas said...

It sounds like you had a wonderful, luxurious day. Happy Thanksgiving!

Judi

emmapeelDallas said...

p.s. - I love fruitcake, too, especially with the rum treatment!

J

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