Thursday, January 14, 2010

I am tired.

But I''m going to curves with my 15 year old daughter anyway. It will probably perk me up. Especially if she talks me into stopping at Starbucks on the way home. teehee

Tomorrow I'm subbing at my younger daughter's school. (anticipating more exhaustion:-) But this teacher does usually leaves very simple and good lesson plans. Maybe I'll even get a little reading in. That would be nice. I'm reading The Omnivore's Dilemma, a Christmas gift, recommended by my oldest son. It's interesting. I'm enjoying it.

And, once again, we're planning to attend the March for Life in Washington this year. Just talking about it at dinner tonight. Everyone is starting to get excited.


Salome Ellen said...

Are you taking the RLM bus from Dominos? I'll be on the one from Warren -- maybe we'll meet up in DC!

Rosemary Bogdan said...

We're driving, SE. I will look for you among the RLM folks. Have a safe trip.

Ruthann Logsdon Zaroff said...

Sorry my comment is so late -- I'm catching up on blogs today. I've read Omnivore's Dilemma twice, and the other Pollan books. He changed the way I eat, and the way I look at the industry and business of food.

I hope you're well! Congrats to Jim for the role in Guys and Dolls! Can't wait to see it!