Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Whatever I want to, Gosh!

Nothing new going on. Same old moron drivers out there pushing my blood pressure to unsafe levels. I had a "run in" w/an extremely RUDE person of the female gender at the W store. Also at a beauty supply store. Which totally does not mean I am in any way the perpetrator of these acts of total lack of manners.
I found out that people knocking on your window at 2:30 in the morning is nothing out of the norm in our neighborhood.
We bought a new T.V. because our old one was crapping out. We chose a new T.V. over a new mattress which we *desperately* need, but you know, you've got to set priorities people!
While watching a famous yellow sponge on our new T.V. I found something he said extremely hilarious and of course no one else gets it or finds it amusing except my 6 year old. Weesaw!
I found a dress for my Christmas party at a shockingly affordable price at a shockingly not affordable store. Then I went back and found another dress I like even better and it was still at a shockingly affordable price. I also found shoes to go w/the dress for only $645! It all evens out in the end, right?*
My hubby just had a birthday, which is fun except that I know a week later I also will be a year older.
I have been going to the gym at least 4 days a week, and even went on Sunday last week and I have yet to lose a single solitary, flippin' pound! I have been using the daily plate and I like it, but Hello! no results, which can't have anything to do w/all the sweets that I eat because those don't really count because it's candy not actual food.
The holidays are quickly approaching, and it's my favorite time of year, but also stressful and full of tons of yummy foods which means after Christmas I will have 4 weeks to lose 20 pounds in time for the wedding. That's totally doable, right? I do have one Christmas present purchased which I may or may not need to take back.
I have developed such an antipathy for the city in which I live, that if I don't get out soon, I may implode! This is great timing of course, because the hubbs just started school and his program will last TWO YEARS, which means it will be at least FOUR years before we can move anywhere. This also probably means that once we do finally move, if that's what we decide to do, it will probably be the biggest mistake of our lives because it's my idea, and I'm stubborn like that, and that's how things go.
Also, the check engine light is still on. Jerk. Aren't they supposed to turn off after a while? Do I really have to take it somewhere to get it looked at? (I'm crumpled on the floor in protest)
Ok, I think ya'll have had enough sunshine and roses for the day! Thanks for stopping by and come again.

*I would NEVER pay that much for a pair of shoes. Or a dress for that matter. Unless it made me look like Eva Mendes...


Danielle said...

I know what you mean about the yummy food...I feel victorious if I make it through the holiday season and am able to maintain my weight!

Anonymous said...

check engine lights are the devil. just ignore it. you'll know when somethings wrong, when the car just dies...