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KJ ([personal profile] owlmoose) wrote2011-11-23 09:59

Savor

The coffee is fresh, the Panera is warm and smells like cinnamon, I got my favorite table, and I have lots of ideas for the continuation of the crossover fic percolating in my brain. A good start to the last day of a short work-week.

This holiday is going to be really busy, but I also hope really fun. Thursday is Thanksgiving with family in Sacramento. Then a second Thanksgiving on Friday with friends, which has started happening more often over the last couple of years, and I love it. We're making desserts for both -- I plan to pick up ingredients for apple crisp at the Farmer's Market today (assuming I'm not too late...) and then T is going to whip up a Fromage Blanc Bavarian for Friday. (One large cake, not many little cakes like in that picture.) Then Saturday is a small Moose Day (observed) celebration, and on Sunday, I collapse.

Oh November. Usually a busy month, but this time it has just been non-stop, from the opening bell. Let's hope that at least the opening weeks of December are a little quieter...
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[personal profile] wordweaverlynn 2011-11-23 20:35 (UTC)(link)
I know a number of Moose people who would love to sing Moose Day carols. So is Moose Day always the day after Thanksgiving? If so, singing about large ungulates is a vast improvement over the usual activities of shopping in overcrowded malls and bickering with family.