Monday, January 9, 2012
Busy Equals Happy
First thing was to get my lazy broken butt out of bed so that I could shower. With that part done it was time to turn the computer on and get some breakfast.
Somehow between making breakfast and getting the computer going I was able to get one load of laundry into the washer and the ingredients out for the three dozen peanut butter cookies I'm making.
I have an FRG meeting tomorrow night after two other meetings and I planned on having cookies with me to place on the dessert table. We were required to bring a dessert with us if we go to the meeting. No potluck this time, no its going to a sugar fest.
So with the second load of laundry now in the washer I finally have time for a high test cup of tea. Not much longer now and I'll be giving up that delicious drug called caffeine. I think when I start the shots I'll shelve my tea. Until then its a caffeine rush baby!
I heard from an online company about the position, unpaid, of book reviewer. Thank you Nicki for asking them about me. I don't think I'll get to the most recent book as my computer software isn't liking the download format and I didn't get the message until this morning after it was sent last evening about the deadline for the next paper version of the upcoming novel to review. Eventually I'll get on track with this company and soon I'll be writing book reviews.
I like living a busy life. Today when I manage to find time I'll be fixing the tree skirt that has slowly been losing its beads and sequin accents over the years. Each year I say to myself that I'll take care of it as soon as the tree is taken down. This year I actually got out the sequins, beads and thread colors; so I have ambition. Its a project I could presumably do from my recliner of an evening; it might end up just being that late too when I hit that particular project.
My back, so far this morning, is behaving. Yay! We'll see how it is at the end of the day.
Yesterday I did manage to get out of the house and do some light shopping at the McChord Exchange. I figured since I found a great deal on jeans at the Lewis Exchange I'd check out the Air Force Base across the street too.
I saved more than I spent. Big discounts. I even managed to put away two Christmas gifts for this year already. I purchased three shirts and one pair of pajama bottoms for my new figure. Its so nice to now being wearing a L without the X in front of it.
Not to fear of me being too stupid. I realize that when I get pregnant I'll need larger clothing but with my weight loss I have that covered since I still have all my larger size clothing. But its just so nice to know that when I do get pregnant I can shop in more stores and have more clothing options. I dread the tent sized clothing like you wouldn't believe. I like my clothing to fit me, not look like I'm a total slob like some of the maternity clothes I've seen would do to a figure. I mean really, at my age one would think I've learned how to dress myself in something other than a Mu-Mu.