It’s been a crazy week, between:
– cleaning (when was the last time you stripped down, cleaned, and reassembled a vacuum cleaner?)
– racing back and forth between my house and my sister’s house to take care of the baby guineas
– my normal life
– running errands
– countless things I’m forgetting
(all of the above in summerish heat — it’s over 100°F here today!!!!)
The chemicals from last Saturday are peeling the skin off my feet, so I really do need to do all the cleaning I originally intended before I can bring those sweet guinea pigs home.
On a brighter note, I was discharged from physical therapy last Friday, so back to trying to find work again…on top of everything else (which will require side trips to the library on to of that…maybe).
And I still need to think about moving.
(More “ughs” than I can count.)
But you know…the thing that is depressing the blank out if me is that I’m packing up the theology books. Correction — I am meticulously cleaning them, individually bagging them in plastic bags, and packing up the theology books.
This was finals week at the university I was supposed to attend, and graduation was this afternoon. This mess was not how this week was supposed to end…
…but here we are.
Pics and details on Annie’s sweet babies when I have time to edit together a post…blah…VKS