Today I am . . .
Putting together eBay listings to start this evening, and wishing that the money from reselling was consistent enough to take over my stressful job.
Getting my husband to help load an extremely heavy vintage armchair into the car. My friend Sasha gave it to me a few years ago and now I’m giving it back to her as it became redundant after my love seat acquisition.
Dreading getting the kids up and off to school tomorrow with the horror that is daylight savings.
Going to a party for my husband’s soccer team, and appreciating that there will be free food.
Enjoying that I spent time with my older son last night watching library copies of Little Miss Sunshine and Ted, and remembering that we were once completely satisfied with library movies and TV shows.
Getting excited about our upcoming trip to Washington D.C. and New York. Not only is everything comped for the D.C. portion of the trip, (airfare for the adults, plus food and housing for all) but my husband will get paid for the days he misses because it’s a work related event! And for the NYC portion, I’m already setting up some great stuff, like free Museum of Modern Art passes thanks to an old college chum! (Normally tickets are $25 apiece!) Hooray for my husband being given a national award!
Mad at my neighbor’s contractor and at myself. He parked his truck slightly blocking my driveway, which meant that I very carefully backed out making sure to not scrape my minivan along his truck. Because I was so focused on his truck/my car I somehow didn’t notice my other neighbor’s little Prius, which I then hit. The thing that pisses me off is that he had earlier mentioned how he was blocking my access, yet didn’t move it because I was walking errands at the time. Grrr . . .
Now your turn. What are you doing today?
“Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.”
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