Jabberwocky for 2004 June 18 (entry 0)

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[Comments] (4) A Capitalist Economy:: I ventured out into the wide world today. I am planning to go to the scrapbook store next Friday because I have a coupon to use their facility for free, so I dropped by to check out what they have. I think I'll have to bring my own CM cropparoodle and scissors. I have seven years of my life left to scrapbook, and I want to use their big tables to lay it all out at once.

Then I went to Office Depot to get more file folders and some watercolor brushes. While there, I found that they had stocked OmniPage Pro, so I bought it. I know it wasn't there a couple of months ago when I was looking all over town for an OCR program that would work with Windows XT. I do hope I can get this to work with my old scanner. I have lots and lots of OCs that are waiting to be Rd.

Then I went shopping for an outfit to wear to graduation. I found a few nice summer clothes at Ross. The only thing left that I really need is a pair of white capri pants. The ones I found at Ross I liked really well. They only had a size ten, which fit fine everywhere but around the tummy. Bleah. I'll look at Target one of these days.

That did me in and I came home and collapsed and slept for a few hours. Now up, it's 4 p.m, and I haven't even started my paper grading and newsletter typing.


Comments:

Posted by Marianne Morse at Fri Jun 18 2004 17:51

Do you laminate your scrapbook pages?

Posted by Frances at Fri Jun 18 2004 17:58

No. I use Creative Memories albums, and they come with a plastic page protector.

Ha ha! I see you remember way back when I was the laminating Queen.

Posted by Marianne Morse at Sat Jun 19 2004 11:03

Yeh. I do recall some great posters you made of school events and laminated and we sure have missed them. No one took over for you!

Posted by Marianne Morse at Sat Jun 19 2004 11:04

By the way, and totally off the subject, Jabberwocky is one of my favorite poems and I memorized it years ago and used to recite it to my children.


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