55 days until christmas.

my drive to work this morning was just like the photo on my header. it was all foggy and still. perfect for the first day of november. i had a meeting first thing this morning so i left about 15 minutes early so i would make it on time. not only was i on time, i was 30 minutes early! it’s amazing what a few minutes will do to traffic.

during my first meeting, i realized i had missed doing a bunch of stuff, so that’s not good. but, i should be able to catch up on all of it today. and my bosses boss said that i was really highly spoken of in yesterdays executive meeting, which makes me really happy. thrusdays are full of meetings for me. i am literally in meetings from 8 am until lunchtime. but, it does make the day go by faster. and tomorrow is friday, so woo hoo!

saturday i have free and might go to a show with a girlfriend that night, then another girlfriend is coming to visit on sunday. i can’t wait because i haven’t seen her in forever, though we talk all the time. it’s different when you can see someone instead of just talking to them on the phone or over email. sometimes i get pretty lonley, thinking i don’t have any friends. but that’s just silly. i totally have friends. but, most of them tend to live elsewhere, which is a real bummer. i wish i had friends i could just meet up with after work. like tonight, hubby is working late, so it would be fun to have someone over, but i don’t have anyone to call. oh well.

i do have to make jerky tonight, though. hubby has been marinating venison in this tasty teriaki sauce and it makes the best jerkey. mmm. at of one of the meetings i went to today, we were offered these really high end turkeys for thanksgiving. i declined. hubby has already hunted our turkey for thanksgiving. is that weird? but it’s oh so good! but, we will be out of town for thanksgiving, on a mini vacation, so i won’t make the bird until another time. that is one of the nice things about living where we do. when hubby hunts, he gets the best tasting meat because the animals he hunts graze on the most delicious morsels the land has to offer, like wine grapes.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Valley Girl on November 2, 2007 at 8:09 am

    My dad used to make beef jerky. It was the best!

  2. Posted by Gina on November 2, 2007 at 3:27 pm

    Good beef jerky is really good.

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