well shit.

have you ever lived in an apartment and had signs like “we’ll be doing maintenance checks” and it’s over a three-day span?

have you ever pooped literally minutes before the maintenance guy came on the third day?

and failed to spray air freshener because, well, it’s usually just you here?

and felt totally awkward as he is having to fix a dripping faucet and a slow-draining sink…..both IN the bathroom?

and you hear the door shut and you think “oh my god he’s probably suffering in there!”

and you want to go spray some oust or air stuff in there?

and you hear him sniffing and you’re sure he’s dying in there?

and then he says “i’ll be right back” and you’re sure it’s to get out of there but who cares because at least now you can spray oust?

that’s never happened to you?  yeah, me neither.

depression and adhd make my brain foggy and make me overly forgetful.

as in, i KNOW i purchased a book from amazon.com and i’m pretty sure it arrived (in feb), but i cannot for the life of me find it.  my order history says it was delivered….it’s gotta be here somewhere.

I’m tired. Oh so tired.

I fell asleep last night before ten. Lights on. Work id lanyard on. Coat still on.

I slept great til about 5 am. Then was having horrible coughing fits.

I was already to crash when I got home from dinner & froyo with em (funhappylife2) & holli (xfitlivrarian). But a book I ordered arrived today. So i’m reading it.

No school tomorrow!

Thank you, southeast lincoln walmart

For fixing my tire for me tonight, even though I arrived 10 minutes before you were supposed to close. And for charging just $10.

boo

went to nephew’s baseball game. It was freezing. They lost. Noticed a tire looked low. Was considerably lower when I got to the gas station to put air in it.

I’ve changed tires before, but never on this vehicle. Got to walmart 8 min before they close. They’re gonna change it for me & fix it tomorrow :)

blah

monday  night:  got 10 hours of sleep.

last night:  awake/asleep/awake/asleep/awake/asleep/headache/sore right arm.

ugh.

emilydoesscience:

94monkeys:

More than ever, this year, it brings us together.
Check out the Boston Globe's great interactive piece "One Year, One City" remembering the victims, survivors and first responders on the scene a year ago today, and Runner’s World's brief history of the Boston Marathon.
Photo from the 1999 Boston Marathon: Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau

this is great, thanks for sharing :)

emilydoesscience:

94monkeys:

More than ever, this year, it brings us together.

Check out the Boston Globe's great interactive piece "One Year, One City" remembering the victims, survivors and first responders on the scene a year ago today, and Runner’s World's brief history of the Boston Marathon.

Photo from the 1999 Boston Marathon: Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau

this is great, thanks for sharing :)

Too much of a good thing can turn into a bad thing and nearly drown you.

If you make the changes and don’t give up, you can blossom again.

nikkidoesthings
progress

i made major progress in my disaster zone (aka classroom) yesterday.  feeling motivated to get more cleaning/organizing done tonight.  i had something else to write, but it has escaped my mind.  hmmmmm…..

mild sunburn yesterday, snow and ice tonight

i got a little red at yesterday’s red/white spring game.  i didn’t need a jacket, lots of people were in shorts and tshirts or tank tops.

today?  it’s snowing and icy.  and cold.

and it’s april 13.

wtf mother nature?!?!?!