This is a weekly event hosted by Bookishly Boisterous.
– This week I’m happy that life is getting back to normal. After dealing with insurance company bs for an accident my daughter and I were in a month ago, where the guy totaled my car, I finally got some resolution. I am thankful that my little Matrix held up (THANK YOU, TOYOTA). I miss that car, but now I’m driving an SUV and feeling a lot safer.
– 24 more hours and hello, vacation. I’m happy to just have a week at home with the peanut. And not having to set an alarm. Hubby works in construction, so I never know if he’ll be home (because of weather). If he gets a day home with us, I’ll be thrilled. Also meeting one of my best friends for lunch on Monday and can’t wait. Pretty much have something planned every day for the peanut and hoping the weather cooperates all week.
– I’m also planning on doing all the reading I can to make up for zero reading the past few weeks.
– Speaking of reading, I’ve read all of 25% of my book this week. It’s shameful, really.
– Looking forward to a date night with my hubby next weekend.
– I really could care less about soccer. But I’m not complaining about the fact we were allowed to wear jeans to work today because of it.
– I hate painting my fingernails (okay, it’s more of the removing of the nail polish that I despise). I wish I had the patience and discipline to take care of them, but I just don’t.
– I could go for an iced mocha coffee right now.
– I’ve been using the Lose It app on my phone to keep track of calories, but I just downloaded the Fitbit app. Will it track my steps and physical activity during the day? I really know nothing about it or how it works. I’m just curious how many calories I’m burning each day with my normal activities. I’m guessing not a lot. Because, let’s face it – I’m lazy as hell.
– I don’t like crowds or even being outside, but going to take the peanut to a local festival this weekend. She likes rides and I like making her happy. I could stand to get a little color before I start blinding people with my ghostly complexion.