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Forego The Early Morning Toast

Sunset, but how can you tell when there was no sun? According to the time of day the weather report said at this time it’ll be sunset. Take it on faith. Yeah, that’d be about it.

A quiet day after Christmas, perfectly frozen that 11 degrees feels like 1. In we stayed except to check the mail. Put the trash out a few days early confident no animal if it dared stray any further than a few feet in front of the door to do its business would be interested in necessarily scentless on account of being freeze-dried trash. Besides, I usually feed the sink-monster old food. Now what day will it be picked up when there’s a holiday? Later instead of sooner.

No worries as the lights dim. I’ll sleep, wake later on, put a movie in and sleep some more. When it’s light again with the promise of below zero I’ll bake this small round orangey-striped squash, I’ve had a note on my counter for a few days now as a reminder, and possibly finish off some leftover shrimp.

 

 

 

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Have a starry week, pals!:-) — my virtual playground

“L’univers, avec toutes ces étoiles, au fond, c’est une sorte de décoration de Noël…”(Jean-Marie Gourio) * * * pix from http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/iotd.html “The universe, with all those stars, it’s basically a kind of Christmas decoration…”(Jean-Marie Gourio)

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