Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Surefire Signs that the Day is a Wash

  • Your pile of used kleenex is almost as high as the laundry pile
  • You reread the grocery list you just made and realize that most items are written down at least twice
  • You think your friend keeps saying two-thirty instead of tooth fairy and she can't understand why you keep correcting her and saying, "No, two-twenty NOT two-thirty."  (By the way, I completely deny that it was me who kept sneezing through the 2:20 showing of Tooth Fairy on Monday.)
  • You keep scolding the kids for dozing off during family home evening, then catch yourself snoring three minutes later.
  • You realize after eating 2/3 of a 1000 calorie chipotle burrito that it tastes no different than a bowl of plain rice to you.
  • You try to blog and end up writing a long, rambling post that makes no sense (don't look for it, it's already deleted and you'd know what I was talking about if you'd read it)
  • Your sister asks you to preview her blog post, which is a job you normally love, and you decline because it would require moving five feet to get your laptop.
  • You go to take your temperature and realize after noticing the thermometer tastes a lot like Old Spice deodorant that you've grabbed the wrong thermometer.
  • You find that while trying to write a humorous post making light of your germ du jour, that you've come off  sounding like the whiny toddler du jour.  (forgib me pwees)

Wednesday morning update:  I'm up before the crack of dawn to get Spencer off to his first day back to seminary since Snowmagddon hit and I already feel much, much better than I have the last couple of days.  I attribute the quick recovery to the fact that my family has taken very good care of me the last few days--cooking dinner, going grocery shopping (and not buying double of everything), and running errands for me.   Thank you to my awesome family!



Grandpa-Grandma Crain said...

Sure hope you feel better soon. All that shoveling must have weakened your immune system. So glad your family is taking care of you.

Denise said...

Glad you are feeling better.

Deanne said...

Glad you're on the mend!

Steve-Rosanna said...

Poor sick baby!

Glad that everyone is taking good care of their poor mom.

Get well soon!!

Charlene said...

glad you're feeling better!

Annette said...

Good to hear you are feeling better.

alexandra said...

Aw, Dara, I ope du're feewin bedder toon.

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