So Luke and I spent another snow day at home. I have to admit it wasn't as fun as last week's snow storm.
I'm not sure why that is. Maybe because at this point a snow day is just old hat? Or possibly because I made the megan-has-gained-too-much-weight decision and opted not to get an Coke while at the grocery store so then I was stuck indoors with only water. The HORROR.
As soon as we left the grocery store last night I knew my decision to not get my precious Coke had been the wrong one. However I knew that according to the scale it was actually the right decision.
I turned down many offers by Luke to stop at various convenience stores along the way home to get me some Coke. I felt so pathetic, surely I could go a day without that poison.
And I am proud to say that I have. It wasn't without pain, tears and whining, but it did indeed happen.
I also wasn't as productive on this snow day as I was on the 3 snow days last week. Last week I kicked some major To-Do-List booty. Today, not so much.
Luke spent the day looking at cars on the internet (we are still a one car family for the time being) and I spent the day looking around at everything that needed to be done and then avoiding it.
Avoidance is one of my spiritual gifts.
I wish I had a picture to show of all the snow we got, or even a pretty picture of the snow falling from the sky, but I wasn't about to go outside. The windchill was somewhere around 10 below zero. No. Thank. You.
So basically my snow day can be summed up as this:
1. whining about now having Coke
2. feeling pathetic about whining about not having Coke
3. Realizing that I'm addicted to Coke and need to get a grip
4. Decided that I don't care if I'm addicted I need it
5. Avoiding household chore that were calling my name
All in all it was a good day.
We finished up the day by enjoying a roast with potatoes and carrots that Luke had put in the crock pot this morning. And also watching American Idol. I am really loving it this season. I was nervous about Steven Tyler and JLo but I love them.
So this is the story of how we spent our second Oklahoma Blizzard of 2011.
Call me crazy but I could handle another blizzard. I'm really not sure if I remember what it's like to work a full week!