Jabberwocky for 2004 November 5 (entry 0)

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[Comments] (4) I Cultivated My Garden: This morning it was cold and Gretel and Tonks and I went back to bed. Then, when I got up, Gretel and I went for a ride in the car, to the bank and gas station, and then to Carls Jr. for a happy meal for her and a Famous Star for me. (It stayed down a whole two hours.) I worked in the yard until time for my appointment with Dr. Freeman.

Dr. Amin's office called and said they had a handful of flu shots, so I got one when I went for my appointment with Dr. Freeman. Dr. Freeman said I have wazzitblepharoadoodlesaurus, and hot compresses and a prescription. And no eye makeup.

After the doctor there was time to run over to White Forest Nursery, and I picked up some more herbs, a bunch more violas, some bulbs, and another couple of flats of wooly thyme. I'm going to put crocuses in between the stepping stones, among the thyme. It was a trip, walking down the aisle where they had the pony packs of stock. It's all quite floriferous and bloomiferous and odoriferous. Lots of planting to do tomorrow.

I did start my paperwhite bulbs in a vase tonight. This year I got paperyellows, though. They are named "Cheerfulness."


Comments:

Posted by Rachel at Fri Nov 05 2004 18:31

No famous Star for tonks? I'm glad you got your flu shot! see you later tonihgt :*

Posted by Susie at Fri Nov 05 2004 21:02

I love your papercolors in vases! Remember when we broke that one vase trying to move the table? hee hee.

Posted by Alyson at Sat Nov 06 2004 09:58

I love paperwhites and Dave can't quite understand why, since they don't smell very good. But they are so pretty and dainty. Reading this entry makes me think spring has hit Bakersfield.

Posted by Alyson at Sat Nov 06 2004 10:00

And I am also glad you got a flu shot. I've been feeling immelsely guilty that I let our pediatrition give Samuel a flu shot while you had been deprived.


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