April 2, 2015
Stuff and Things 4/2
I feel like there was once a time where I blogged without planning things out. If I were document my streams of consciousness...
-I have an illness I can't kick. Two weeks ago, I had a sore throat for 2 days. It went away. Last Monday night, I had a sore throat, fever, body aches, chills. That lasted for about a day. But then congestion set in and lasted for like a week. I finally gave in and bought cold medicine (why spend $12 if it's going to go away on its own?).
-I got a sunburn last week because I was outside raking tumbleweeds and then mowing them down with this.
-All of our sunblock was expired, so I threw it away. Instead of driving 25 minutes to Wal-Mart (because Wal-Mart), I ordered some on Amazon. I can continue my yardwork after my Prime guaranteed 2-day shipping.
-Since it's been warm, I finally gave in and painted my toenails last weekend. Painting my toenails ranks as one of my least favorite things to do.
-I think I'm going to save the opportunity for a pedicure until the end of April. I don't want to waste a pedicure if the weather is going to be unpredictable.
-That was a good decision (not to get a pedicure last week) because today it's supposed to be 50 degrees again.
-Last weekend, I found myself soldering a water line that leads to the swamp cooler. There was a leak. This is turning into one of those "didn't know I could do it until I had to" times in my life. I still may need to replace the water line. Fun stuff.
-I reviewed last year's Mad Men episodes in preparation for this Sunday's premiere. I came to a conclusion: life would be better if I had an office. Like, if I had an office with a door and a big desk and child-free workspace...just a thought. All teachers should have offices. They'd get a lot more done.
-There are 36 days left of school.
-Praise the Lord for that one.
-My biggest accomplishment of the week is that I managed to change the toner in the laser printer all by myself. It ran out weeks ago, Scott ordered me a new one, and it sat unopened for 3 weeks before I decided to attempt it. I'm embarrassingly proud of myself.
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