I think I’ve seen a new one: cops disguised as a road survey crew in order catch speeders. It’s either that or county sheriffs are interested in doing their own surveys.Permanent Link.
Lazy Sundays: good. Lazy Sundays when you still haven’t put away and organized all your junk in your new place: bad.Permanent Link.
Sometimes I can be so forgetful, I forget where I put the list of things not to forget.Permanent Link.
And just who invented ‘low flow’ shower heads? You waste more water trying to get the shampoo and conditioner out of your hair than the water you save because of the ‘low flow’.Permanent Link.
Good news: back online. Bad news: still so much more unpacking left to do.Permanent Link.
Memorable events on this date in history:
What I really need to win is the time lottery, ’cause I could really use a few extra months this week.Permanent Link.
The sweat beads up on my forehead, The sweat runs in my eye; The sweat soaks my t-shirt, The sweat makes me question why, Why, Why must we move in July?Permanent Link.
Carry boxes downstairs. Carry boxes downstairs. Carry boxes downstairs. Car full. Drive. Carry boxes upstairs. Carry boxes upstairs. Carry boxes upstairs. Unload boxes. Carry empty boxes downstairs. Carry empty boxes downstairs. Drive. Fill empty boxes. Fill empty boxes. Fill empty boxes. Repeat.Permanent Link.
Have you ever thought of something at night when you’re half in dream and half awake, and you think that it’s really funny (maybe something from a dream), but then you wake up the next morning and wonder what was so funny about it? Yeah, I hate that.Permanent Link.
Two down! And it was a lot easier than the first because many of the concepts were review from the first test.
In about a month, we’ll have our own washer and dryer to do laundry. Yeah.Permanent Link.
Happy 4th of July.
I might’ve planned something for here (like a new style sheet), but I’ve been busy with other projects.Permanent Link.
So much to do, and so little time. Looks like we’ll be moving from apartment to condo this month.Permanent Link.
No matter what anyone says, life truly is an adventure. And I’m glad I realize that it’s the journey—not the destination—that really matters.Permanent Link.