Wednesday Wanderings: I Wandered Off

Sorry, people. My mind seems to be the only thing wandering today. I woke up feeling really crappy, cleaned up the kitchen, and sat down on the couch, just to get organized mentally before I started some laundry and other chores. I was also going to make a second cup of coffee, figuring that would help my fuzzy headedness. This was about ten-ish this morning.

And, then I woke up. The grandfather clock was chiming. It was quarter to twelve.

So, that’s how my day has been. Off-kilter and feeling weird. Instead of the usual wanderings today, have some cute baby animals:

Baby Animals

(Oh, and as I am preparing for a weekend away, there will likely be no Friday Review this week. Have a good weekend. See you on Monday!)

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