Thursday, November 12, 2015

Suck it 5&5


This is what I walked by to see one day.  

On our bookshelf sits a book about all sorts of things you can make with duct tape. (The real title is Stick It.

I laughed so hard the first time I saw it. 

Every time I pass by and it catches my eye, I laugh again. I have no intentions of removing it. I may not be a teenager, but I sure appreciate teenage humor. 

(Can you see that it's on a shelf surrounded by much more "get your life together" books? Maybe that's right where it belongs.)

Laments:

1. Good grief - another Costco run today. With as many lunches that we pack, the essentials they carry are not only worth the trip financially, but well, essential.

2. I have a teeny remnant of a splinter in my thumb that I can't find.

3. I am not doing well getting to bed on time. boo Why do I do this to myself?!

4. I need to order new glasses. I'm hesitant to pull the trigger on a pair though because I'm afraid of buyer's remorse. (but I do need to see clearly!) 

5. You know, and cranky as I'm feeling, there's not really another thing listworthy. Maybe I should rename today: 4&6 


Gratitudes:

1. I was in & out of Costco in less than 1/2 hour. BaBam!

2. An out of state friend is here on business and I get to see her again before she leaves.  We used to be neighbors.

3. Another out of state friend is coming this weekend and I get to see her.  We talk almost every day through Voxer (an introvert's dream "phone call". Also it's super great if you live in

4. Voxer is an introvert's dream "phone call". Also it's super great if you live in different time zones.  My extrovert friend and I kept in touch while she lived out of state for a year. There is something more to hearing a person's voice. 

5. I get to spend the evening with a small group of people from our church that I really, really like.  (I've become more & more aware of the age gap between us, even though I like to pretend I'm in my 30's.) I love being with them and it seems like they like me too, so it's good. 



How's your day going?


1 comment:

Shelly Tramposh said...

I'm just going to post 5 things I'm grateful for. 1. I'm alive 2. I have a great job 3. My dogs are amazingly cute 4. I get to play great music with great people in March and April and July of next year 5. I'll be on sabbatical for a whole year starting in May. I am going to skip the things I'm not grateful for. Have a great day, Tonya!

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