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Today I thought it was a good day to go to the beach...better than yesterday...until I actually got outside and got a look toward where the water lies.


We went out toward the corniche to run a couple errands. The breeze was wonderful, the water was pretty too but you couldnt see the beach from across the street. Its strange because because you think you wont be able to see anything but once you get to that area, its seems to be normal.

I wonder what this smog is made of. When I get time Ill be sure to google it. Im certainly happy I dont have asthma or anything.If I did I may just be in trouble.

Today we went to spinneys. We had hotdogs and baked beans for lunch. hmmmm.I was thinking of baked beans the other day but didnt give too much thought to it. Im running out of things to cook but its no different from home. My palette is tired of the same old thing. Ill probably go to eating cereal for lunch and/or dinner to give my tongue a rest.

Today I have to go grocery shopping and possibly to get some curtain rods.I wont have too high hopes because Ive gone many times before. The difference now is that he will be with me and he can actually visualize what will fit.Im sure if I HAD to, Id get it done but ugh, its so irritating!

Ive learned how lucky I am to have regular access to INGLOT, a makeup store that only has two locations at home. Neither of which are close to me. apparently, their pigment is better than MAC and are at a fraction of the cost. I have so much eye shadow but I do want to give them a try.

My birthday is coming.I dont know what we are going to do. Maybe nothing but I hope not.

Its still early, maybe Ill get into something tonite. For right now Im about to print some things out for work.yes, work! Better now than when Im back at work.Besides its either that or mindless net searching.
:-)

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