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» Sunday, March 23, 2008HappySortaEaster
We had a nice sleep-in this morning but I woke up with a sinus headache because I forgot to take my Claritin last night. I rectified this immediately, but the headache was still a nag.
Since we arose so early to lunchtime, we simply waited until noon to have Easter dinner: lobster ravioli, a cucumber salad, and watermelon for dessert. I put Schuyler's cage on the dining room table so she could participateWillow was of course at James' side hoping for a tossed treatand she eyed the food with interest. I held up everything to her and she actually tasted several things. I don't think she liked the ravioli sauce. Later, though, I put a piece of watermelon in her cage and she loved it!
We went out to Ikea to pick up something and walked around, then stopped at Borders at Akers Mill on the way back. We hoped Linens'n'Things was open and finally had Vornado fans back in stock, but they were closed. I found a cool book at Borders, though, called Flapper, about the changing face and status of women in the 1920s.
It was almost five when we got home and the lobster ravioli and salad had been a very light meal. I thought I was just hungry, so I made a small salami sandwich and ate it with a glass of milk. It didn't help; I was quite sick to my stomach, either from the cucumber or the watermelon, both which were "repeating" on me. I finally took a PeptoBismol and lay down for about an hour. When I got up I had a GasX and am feeling a little bit better.
Anyway, Easter decoration photos in Autumn Hollow.