Wednesday, July 05, 2006

I wish I had something exciting to write about, but I don't.

I babysat again today.

I'm very slowly finishing The Sunday Philosophy Club by Alexander McCall Smith. I think I like it better than the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency books, but I'm not sure yet.

I need to pick tomatoes yet again. But I'm not going to have daylight a whole lot longer and Autumn isn't feeling very well and wants me to cuddle with her, so I think for once I'm going to just stay in with her and worry about the tomatoes tomorrow.

I'm going to try to make it into Macon tomorrow to do some shopping. I've gotta make some friends down here. Shopping by yourself is not much fun.

I have a ton of impatiens cuttings in water sitting in the dining room, hoping they will root. There are more than I can use probably, but I think I have enough people to give them to. I'm supposed to get some coleus cuttings tomorrow, too.

I'm watching Friends on DVD again.

I'm lonely.

2 comments:

Lindy said...

Hey...I hear you! Sometimes I wonder why, out of a whole city full of people, I can't really find people with similar interests, tastes, etc, with which to develop a friendship. Besides the girls, I really haven't made any long-term friends outside of the terminal classroom relationships at school. Everyone that I used to go to church with now live half-way across the state, so I don't have any contact with them. It amazes me...we come up with all these technological advances that are intended to improve communication, and yet we so often feel disconnected from those around us.

Stephen, Sarah and Nora Shipp said...

Everytime I buy a tomato at the grocery, I wish I was your neighbor! It's ridulous what I pay for them knowing people like you have them up to their ears :) In all seriousness, I would love to live near you. Nora would also welcome a playmate in Autumn.

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