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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Day Two Hundred Forty-Two

Not much to report today. I finally finished the book I've been reading for a month, so I can move to the next Outlander Series book, Drums of Autumn. So excited!

I spent the morning going grocery shopping, cleaning the house a bit and chatting with Brandon. He's getting closer and closer to getting here and time seems to be slowing down! Hurry about time!

This afternoon I hung out with Christina (of course!) and we went to Wal-Mart for a bit. I needed to get two more prints for a photo project I've been meaning to do since Brandon left. I have 3 photo frames (well, one collection is 3 separate, but whatever). One has wedding photos of me, Jessica and Shannon. The other has 3 of our professional photos that we took pre-deployment. The last is a collection of sister photos that we had taken during my sister Jenny's 30th birthday in 2009, right before I left for Hawaii. I hung these all up in the hallway leading to my bedroom.

Here's the sister one.

(Jenny on top, Jessica right underneath. Shannon on the right, me in the right bottom corner. The boys are up in the upper right with the older sisters, and Jess & I are the bottom. In the middle is all four of us in a tree!)


I'm proud of it! It'll be nice to be able to look at these pictures every time I go down my hall!

I finished watching The Tudors at home (well, Disc 2, anyway) and have now sat down to watch the Oscars. They air SO LATE here! One of the bad things about Hawaii - I can't even go on Facebook because people will be talking about it, haha.

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