Today, I am thankful for:
- the excellent bucket of coffee I inhaled first thing this morning, which was delicious and just what I needed to wake up my still-slumbering brain
- having pretty new jewelry to wear - one as a result of an addition to "Things that Nepi is No Longer Allowed To Do". To whit: Nepi is no longer allowed to go to Diva without responsible adult supervision. Shup, I have a jewelry addiction, it's a very serious matter. Plus, they were having a sale! The other is a gift from my talented colleague S, who also makes her own jewelry, and made me a present of a pair of earrings she didn't think were "good enough" to sell in her Etsy store. To which I said, "Pish tosh!" because I think they're gorgeous! Pity I didn't remember til I was on the train that she isn't in today to see me wearing them! ;-)
- My Undertaker Big Gulp cup . . . still! Because he is encouraging me to su . . . ahem. To drink my recommended daily allowance of water! ;-) (Go on, you all know what I was going to say!)
- A subscription to WWE Magazine, which is costing me for twelve months, with the current exchange rate, around what it would cost me to buy three issues at newstand prices. If I can get it - my usual supplier apparently has decided not to carry it any longer.
- The WWE calendar, which is now gracing my desk here at work! K and I have already flicked through the year together and pronounced that, save for Big Show (ugh - Kane would have made a much better Mr October!), it's going to be a drool-worthy year! Even if Randy Orton as Mr January isn't my cup of tea, can't argue with half-naked manflesh on principle!
- The fact that said WWE calendar shows that January 6 is Epiphany . . . and I only had to glance up once to make sure I was spelling that correctly! -snickerfits-
- The lovely little "Women's Wit" daily desk calendar that K3 gave me as a gift when she left for her new job. Today: "We can tell our values by looking at our checkbook stubs." Gloria Steinem. All I ever write cheques for is charitable donations - but I don't think that's a true representation of my values. I mean, look at the list above - it's not all I spend money on! ;-)