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Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: Modern Woman] #327110 07/06/07 06:17 PM
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I think it would be better for me to become more confident as i begin. smile

Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: Modern Woman] #327204 07/07/07 03:16 AM
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This probably sounds sort of simple and silly, but I'm at a stage right now where very small things make a difference.

What I'm looking forward to right now, is getting a pizza for lunch tomorrow, and really indulging myself. ( to blazes with what's good for my figure and my cholesterol!)

I haven't treated myself to junk food for over a month, so this will be a treat!

AF

Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: hollyelise] #327250 07/07/07 08:31 AM
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Originally Posted By: hollyelise
I think it would be better for me to become more confident as i begin. smile


How do you propose to do that?

Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: affettuoso] #327251 07/07/07 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted By: affettuoso
This probably sounds sort of simple and silly, but I'm at a stage right now where very small things make a difference.

What I'm looking forward to right now, is getting a pizza for lunch tomorrow, and really indulging myself. ( to blazes with what's good for my figure and my cholesterol!)

I haven't treated myself to junk food for over a month, so this will be a treat!

AF


Enjoy!

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Originally Posted By: affettuoso
This probably sounds sort of simple and silly, but I'm at a stage right now where very small things make a difference.

What I'm looking forward to right now, is getting a pizza for lunch tomorrow, and really indulging myself. ( to blazes with what's good for my figure and my cholesterol!)

I haven't treated myself to junk food for over a month, so this will be a treat!

AF


I don't think that sounds silly. Sometimes i look forward to my morning coffee, even the day before! laugh Besides, life is made up of little experiences. smile

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I think it would be better for me to become more confident as i begin. smile


How do you propose to do that?


I'm working that out in the thread i started on confidence. Suggestions are most welcome.

Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: hollyelise] #327272 07/07/07 12:04 PM
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Sometimes I look forward to hot cup of tea in the morning.

Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: Modern Woman] #327368 07/08/07 03:10 AM
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I went for a drive today, and that was a nice change. Monday morning I go to the library, and am looking forward to that.

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What kinds of books do you like, AF?

I was in the library today, actually... looking to see if they had a copy of a book i'd seen the bookstore on sewing with t-shirts. My tastes are pretty ecclectic. smile

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I like mysteries. (I avoid love stories) I also like some non-fiction - especially about history and travel. I enjoy reading historical novels too.

At present I am reading two books by Catherine Aird - both mysteries centred in a village in England. She also has a collection of short stories that I read last week. These were entertaining.

I love Agatha Christie, Patricia Cornwell and Sidney Sheldon. Mary Higgins Clark wrote a beautiful story called "All Through the Night" which I have as an audio book, read by herself. I have read several of her other books too and enjoyed them.

I guess reading is a means of escape for me just now. I'd be lost without my books and my music!

AF.

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