Saturday found us in Salt Lake City shopping.
We had two goals:
-buy a laptop
-find something 'cute' for Emily's room
Jason has been slightly bothered by the room's lack of cuteness.
I have this thing about simplicity...
I love a bare wall.
I love a lack of 'things.'
I love open spaces of dirt more than I love a flower bed filled with color.
We spent an hour in one store debating on cute things.
We finally settled on these - to hang in one corner of Emily's bedroom:
(picture found at www.potterybarnkids.com)
As for the other?
Jason had that one entirely under control.
He knew exactly what computer I needed.
Just ask him.
It's going to take me 12 years to figure out how to use it -
This little piece of machinery will allow me to work from anywhere I am.
And with the uncertainty of our very near future, this is a good thing.
When we finally got home several hours later I was exhausted.
I curled up on the couch and slept for an hour, while Jason set up the new computer.
I woke up long enough to say, "I'm going to bed."
Jason said I snored that night...
It's no wonder I haven't been grocery shopping in over a month.
It would take me two days to recover.
And really, I haven't been grocery shopping in over a month.
We buy milk, bread, and fruit.
My poor husband.
I'm going to drink a Coke today and hopefully that will give me the energy I need to survive the grocery store.
(And by drink a Coke I mean take a few swallows of the 32 oz Coke my sister bought me 4 days ago.)
It's a holiday here in the state of Utah.
You wouldn't know it by the fact that both Jason and I are working today.
But we'll close work early and then head to my sister's house for water fun and food.
Jason bought a pinata for the kids...
It's no wonder they love him.