Well the ice is melting and Luke and I have both headed back to work.
I could possibly label the last 3 days of my life the most unproductive days I have ever lived.
But that might not be true, considering my summer days as a high schooler were spent either laying by a pool or watching TV.
But I was pretty lazy these past couple of days. I think I even lost a little coloring in my face, due to lack of contact with the sun.
Monday I had an excuse because I was sick.
By Tuesday mid-afternoon I was no longer sick – but I continued to live as if I was. (thank you all for your kind words by the way)
I finished my bag of Sour Patch Kids before the end of the day.
Wednesday Luke had to go back to work, but I was still at home so I decided to hang some pictures on the wall.
One wall and 20 holes later I didn’t have one picture hanging on my wall.
Apparently I have no idea how to hang pictures.
How the heck do you get those things straight?
I had one of those level things and everything.
When Luke got home I just pointed to the wall and said “I think I messed up” He truly let out one of the biggest laughs I have ever heard.
Our wall looks like somebody shot it with a nail gun.
Thank goodness it’s just an apartment wall.
And I don’t feel bad since their idea of a heater is something that BLOWS COLD AIR.
I have an unhealthy relationship with our heater and I am working on it.
So this morning I woke up and showered for the first time in a couple of days.
I have never been a big fan of showers, if one isn't required for the day I opt out. (this might be one of those things my mom tells me is TMI)
I was all geared up and ready to go back to work when I heard this news on the radio this morning:
“Girl Scout cookies will now offer fewer cookies in a box due to high baking costs.”
Is there any point in continuing on with life? I live for those cookies.
Well yes, of course there is a point in living, but I am seriously sad about it, I can already put away a box of those things in about 20 minutes, now it will probably only take me 10.
So I am back at work and I must say it is nice to be back out in society.
I love my job and I am thankful that I don't have to hang pictures to earn a living.