Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis

Break time

I smoked cigarettes for 40 years. I was really good at it. And I enjoyed it very much until I didn't and then I quit. I missed a lot about it when I quit. Meeting new people when we were forced to go outside to smoke. Having something to put in my mouth besides food when I was dieting (which was always). And taking breaks. It took me a long time to learn how to take a non-smoke break.


One of the things I am enjoying about building this miniature room kit is that breaks are required. Until that glue dries, those walls are standing on their own steam. The next step is erecting more walls that don't stand a chance until they can count on these walls being stable.

So... it's TV time!!

And, I'd just like to mention that I'm loving hearing all the snow stories and seeing the photos. When I first moved to Seattle 25 years ago, we got snow now and again. Twice we've gotten LOTS of snow right here at my house - 10" once and 18 inches once. We had a little a couple of times last winter. We have not even come close this winter and probably won't. In the mid-80's, I lived in Rochester, MN. I was only there for 18 months but managed to spawn over two winters and it was heaven. Just wonderful beautiful snow from October to June. I did not get enough. Now I just live in a perpetual state of snow envy.
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