It is super quiet tonight. We are back to our foggy, cool weather, which is nice. It made for a nice evening of playing with the fur girl and stitching. I am so looking forward to the holiday and being able to stitch and have some down time. I told Liesl that I am off after tomorrow and she just looked at me with an expression that said, "Are there cookies involved?"
Tomorrow is going to be a good day at work. It is jeans day! Whoohoo! No business suit! I made sure to put nice nail polish on my toesies so that I can wear super cute sandal wedgies with my jeans. I am the Senior Accountant for my company and today the CFO asked me if I was going to wear jeans tomorrow. I said, "Are you kidding, I have been planning my outfit all week!" In addition, my company is buying us all lunch tomorrow from a local taco place so I do not have to pack my lunch either. Other than the fact that I have to do accounting all day, it should be awesome! (Actually I love accounting.)
Tonight was really nice. I did stitch for a while. I watched Deadliest Catch, too. Sadly, I think the show has jumped the shark. There used to be more of a sense of humanity to it, back when Phil was still alive. Now the captains and crews just seem to be a bunch of bullies. A lot of it is just mean spirited and it hurts my stomach to watch. But I digress. I stitched and promised myself that I would stay up late tomorrow night stitching. I was telling myself that I am going to stay up late enough to watch Craig Ferguson, whose show makes me laugh out loud, particularly when he has the puppets talking to the camera. I am talking big, knowing full well that I will probably only make it to about 9:30. Especially after my jeans wearing, yummy taco eating, accounting fun filled day.
So having stayed up all the way to 9:30 tonight, it is probably best that I say good night. There are soft puppy snores happening and my eyelids are getting heavy. I need to say my prayers of thanksgiving for God's grace and love. He has blessed me with so many things that fill my life with joy. I will count those blessings as I fall off to sleep. Life is beautiful.