Going all day. All day. Crunch time and family time.
Waited for over an hour in line, in the rain, in the cold at Mamas in Nor Be-atch
Went to get a haircut and it was closed and so was this nearby store I was supposed to visit bc I met the owners randomly at a taco truck. Sad. Closed before I could reach it.
Found a new random place. The haircut was aw-right
but I dont really care, it's just a show
and I liked the guy so I'm going back (I'm all about the service, I dont care if the food sucks)
I invited him over for dinner but he declined. Why?
I invited my neighbor who helped me all day on my gasline over for dinner and he declined. I said "nexttime." He said "maybe." Why?
Errands: Mills to print stuff and grab supplies, Kinkos, Target, Micheals, Toy R Us, (got a lot done, with a lot of help) and finally back home.
For the Feast:
For the chunky, chocolately goodness of the overflowed, clogged toilet, I had to stick my hand down.
(not pictured here)
M-Day Advent Calendar:
holy crap. 2 more days. i'm actually not trippin, I will the day of though. All those movies about runaway brides - I get it. This is the craziest position to be in. I went to a monastery once and I met this woman who was there bc she had cold feet and the dude never forgave her even though later she came to her senses. I feel like temporary insanity is normal. Sometimes you need to go insane for a time to make the right decisions. Those are actually two different versions of insane: one's to run and one's to commit, both are okay.
On Day 26: