Monday Morning Love List, #44

Love – The silence that set over the city when all that snow came down yesterday. Followed by the whooping and laughter of the 2am snowball fight that broke out on my street.

Love – All the doggy coats and booties I’ve been seeing. Honestly, some of the puntables were better dressed for the weather than their owners!

Love – That I’ve completed all my classes for the fall semester and can now revel in my new-found domesticity…

Not So Much – I’m still working at my sweetie’s brioche stitch sweater, and honestly feel like I’m getting nowhere. I’m still aiming to get it done for Christmas, cause I’m an optimist, and apparently a bit of a masochist.

Love – That I managed to be productive this weekend, in between bouts of sneezes. I felt like the Queen of All She Surveys after spending an afternoon conquering the piles of paper and stuff in my living room.

Not So Much – Sneezes. Sniffles. Vice-like headaches. Achy muscles. Thank goodness for the healing properties of tea and soup.

Love – The possibilities a fresh week provides.

So… what’s on your list today?

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Posted on November 27, 2006, in Boringly Mundane. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Gah…brioche stitch looks like a pain, and I haven’t been brave enough to try it yet, although I think two-tone brioche is wicked-cool looking. Good luck with the sweater!

    Love: my son, boyfriend and dogs.
    Not so much: being back at work. Feh.

  2. Love your love and not so much lists.
    Love the city lights twinkling though the fog, the cat warm on lap, the friendly smile and small talk from a stranger named Van. Not so much the stitch of muscles between my shoulder blades and the headache that will blossom if i don’t obey its needs.

  3. Isn’t it funny how the ‘things’ that top our love lists aren’t things at all? Over time I’ve noticed mine tend to be of the people and experiences variety…

    Love – that something as simple as a comment on a blog makes me feel that there are more things binding us together than there are pulling us apart.

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