I'm curious.
view from blueberry bush

What are you doing this weekend?

I was going to write about newsletter software today, but. Well, I'm not in the mood.
The weather's beautiful and I'm ready for the weekend.
And I'd rather hear from you. What are you doing?


I picked blueberries last Monday and I plan on making jam, pies and freezing blueberries all weekend. Yeah, I got a gallon and a a half! That's a heckava lot of blueberries.

What are you doing?

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3 Comments on Thinking about blueberries

  1. Jenny
    September 3, 2010 at 6:23 pm (12 years ago)

    Oh, blueberries are well over here. I miss them already! I swear I ate far more than my fair share this year.

    What am I thinking about? The things I should be doing, but am not doing and trying not to feel too guilt about it. Is it nap time yet?

    Also: contemplating how absurdly happy it makes me that my daughter loves Julie Andrews and tole me this morning that she wants to meet her. Mary Poppins is a favorite of hers and once we discussed what else she has been in Dory became very excited. It was totally cute in a fan girl kind of way.

  2. Anonymous
    September 3, 2010 at 6:32 pm (12 years ago)

    Really? They’re gone? I picked them as late as October last year! (These are
    bushes that no one knows about or picks on, so that may be part of the

    Also, a fangirl! How sweet!

    Here is an Official Permission Slip to Take A Nap.

    Do it!

    Happy weekend!

  3. Kristine Beeson
    September 3, 2010 at 9:24 pm (12 years ago)

    Yum, I love fresh blueberries. I just finished eating the frozen ones I did last month and I need more.

    I’m visiting Portland’s Art in the Pearl probably tomorrow, it’s our third year, and it’s always inspiring to my senses. It’s downtown by Powell’s, so we’ll probably take a little time in both the main store and the technical store.

    And I need to re-ka-jigger the sock pattern I’m doing; I’m getting 10st/in instead of 8.5, but I love the tighter fabric.