25 January 2010

Excuses, excuses

I just finished filling another recycling bag full of stuff from the closet in the "room that was to be a nursery." I emptied boxes of stuff that I had in my apartment when I was single -- you have never seen so many candle holders in your life! I've also found a bunch of stuff that I'm going to either take to G.oodwill or Free.cycle, depending on how much energy I have.

I know that I promised that I would blog about my convo with the adoption intake worker, but I'm just so exhausted from my day (not only did I have to see the chiropractor and my GP, I also got my eyebrows done and got a new cable box for the fancy new TV).

I'm going to eat some chocolate and try to stay awake for an episode of B.rothers and S.isters that I PVR'ed two weeks ago!

Hopefully tomorrow I will have more energy!

10 comments:

  1. I so need my eyebrows done! I am glad you are making progress, it must feel great.

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  2. That's okay...I don't think your blog readers (including me) are going anywhere. We can wait for the update on the conversation with the SW! :)

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  3. Hey, did you say candle holders??

    I have a fabulous idea- how about you take some pictures and do a Blog Tag Sale for those candle holders! You can raise $$ for the nursery, and we can buy pretty candle holders! Win-Win!

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  4. You have good reason to be exhausted! Go easy on yourself. You are making great progess and I bet it is so much fun to be making progress and making room for your child that is coming! They are coming, I am belieiving it for you!!

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  5. NICE. Not only a material achievement, but a massive psychological victory (even partway there!).

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  6. I love getting my eyebrows done (well, not during the process). I know it's weird, but my face feels so "clean" with well maintained eyebrows!

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  7. Ok I am definitely PMS-ing bc the mere mention of chocolate has me salivating!!

    I still cannot wait to get the adoption update:)

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  8. I LOVE that show!! I am totally hooked.

    It feels so good to clean things out!

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  9. You got a lot done! We understand and will wait for an update on the SW conversation.

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