It's still all mainly about the Melo (look whose picture is prominently placed at the top of this page!), and what we're in to, up to, and trying to do, and all of the other good bits in between.

March 27, 2005

Happy Easter, Everybunny!

Cheesy, why yes, but its one of those days. It was a luxurious lazy Sunday - first one in a long time. I spent most of the day knitting the new poncho pattern I picked up last weekend in Poulsbo, WA and taking intermittent naps on the couch with Melo. Josh has been playing computer and planting. We finally mustered up enough energy to venture out to try and find the rummage sale that was supposed to be going on at Jefferson High School, but given it was Easter, I have a feeling the KGW spot was wrong and the sale was actually on Saturday. It wasn't a wasted trip though as we discovered a cool little plant store, Buffalo Gardens, on Alberta. We picked up another columnar apple to make a trio in the front. If it ever stops raining, we'll actually get to work in the garden. It will be great when the new fence is in. As for Easter dinner, it just never was meant to be. We baked the ham, but after brunch and late lunch, there was just no room. Josh and I have been working on cleaning up the basement this evening - more like cleaning out than cleaning up! I'm forecasting several runs to Goodwill in the next few weeks. I swear our stuff is multiplying like bunnies, but the good news is that Josh once again has a desktop that is visible (mostly). Including the cleaning, its actually been a somewhat productive weekend yet at the same time restful (read: NO work!!). Josh had his first tilling clinic for Dragon Boat (starts next week - yikes!!!), and I finished one the baby quilts and started making headway on the Seashore quilt. Having finally finished a quilt, I now must try and finish one of my knitting projects so once the latest ebay goodies come, I can start those. Too many cool things to do. Since there's nobody worth getting too hyped up about (save Louisville-go Erica's home team) in the NCAA Final Four, at least there will be one last distraction. After Duke was eliminated, I was kinda hoping for an all-Kentucky final game. But alas, Erica and I will have to wait until next year for a rematch!


Anonymous Chrissie said...

Hey Kat, my dad says he's reeeeeeal sorry to hear about Duke and he feels soooooo bad that his team (U of Illinois) is still in it. He says "better luck next year (snicker snicker)!" Glad to you both are relaxing after all your travel! Miss you...

7:14 PM

Blogger Erica said...

I'm still in mourning over my 'Cats! I'm just glad I didn't gloat too soon about dUKe's demise! My uncle (the Mich. St.) grad, has already emailed and talked trash. SIGH

Go Cards!!!!!

12:29 PM


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