Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Right this very minute

Things that I love about right now this very minute:

My kids in their jeans and sweaters – deliciously handsome.

Blowing leaves to crunch through on my way to the car.

The smell of wood fires burning.

1 part peppermint hot chocolate, 2 parts coffee, with a splash of milk, all for $1.35 at Royal Farms.

Knowing I have lots of time and three paychecks left to shop before Christmas.


Lumpyheadsmom said...

Great. Now I want chicken. No, I really want chicken. GIVE ME CHICKEN NOW.

Suz said...

Yes, yes, on all of this! I love them in their little sweaters, too.

MrsGrumpy said...

I just gave my son a hair cut last night and, in his sweater today, he looked so handsome.

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