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C'est la Vie: Some Days are Longer than Others

I would like to be asleep by now, but I'm on my way. One last thought for the day. And since some days are longer than others, it happens that this post is coming later than I'd like. Mom's you know what I mean. Wake up time will come too soon. And if you're still in those early months of infancy, that mid-night feeding will be coming sooner than you'd like too. "C'est la Vie!"

On the upside, I received the latest issue of Sunset magazine in the mail today. Which although long, makes this one of my better days of the month. If Sunset isn't on your subscription list, this particular issue (April 2010) is a must have for Coloradans. More on that another day.

If you're feeling motivated looking toward the weekend (and maybe like me, getting the itch to start digging in the dirt), here are some great backyard projects from the Sunset website. You'll find so many great ideas for living in the west all over this website. And if you're not lucky enough to live in the west (insert giggle), there are still things that you can learn as you read in envy.

Good night, my friends!


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