Well, what’d that take? A month? Beanie and I missed his bus this morning. I have the time right, we get down there- and wait. And wait. And wait 20 minutes more- Hmmmmm. Let’s go home and call the bus, Beanie. Oh, hi Bus Driver Lady- what’s that? Oh, you come five minutes earlier now, and you told my husband? Yeah. Um, yeah, he forgot to tell me.
It’s the first day my pink eyes are nice and white again- and it feels sooooo gooood. I hate wearing my glasses- not because they’re not sexy in that librarian way, because they totally are- But because glasses are pain in the butt! They steam up when I open the oven, they fog when I do the dishes, they get ickies on the lenses when food spatters in the pan, the kids grab them, I have no peripheral vision in them, stairs are tricky, and they basically suck. So it was with great relief I cracked open a fresh pair of contacts this morning. Aaahhhhhh!
So my first task with my fresh new eyeballs was to drive Beanie to school. Late. Then, oh wow, since I was out by myself, I hit my favorite thrift store. Oh yeah, I don’t have any money- maybe I can dig up some change from the bottom of my purse- lack of organization is so handy sometimes. I got two skirts for 99 cents each. That’s some bargain shopping.
David has now applied for over 120 jobs. Chew on that for a while, and be very very grateful if you have a stable job and dependable income.