I finished up my final – FINAL – essay for my senior capstone course, and now that it’s submitted, I am done with my undergrad journey. My other grades/assignments are pretty good. Already approved for graduation. Already signed up for the ceremony in the spring. Already enrolled in grad school. Continue reading →
Looks like I’m gonna be printing out “YEA, YOU CAME TO WORK SICK AS A DOG” certificates for most of my office because that’s the only reason I can fathom these people deciding to bring in the plague to everyone.
I am covered in paint, completely gross and exhausted after wrestling with furniture, spiders, and radiators today, and my daughter sincerely asked just now if there were covered wagons instead of cars when I was born.
I’m falling more and more in love with our house on the hill, but last night, I discovered driving up to it in the snow and ice can be pretty white-knuckling! Just heard the snow plow come through the neighborhood, scraping up the ice and treating the road. Oh, winter fun! Continue reading →
This man is a machine. The past week has been intense. Driving here and there. Cleaning. Carrying boxes. Moving furniture. Painting. Repairing. Handling all the finances and endless paperwork. Digging out clothes and shoes and whatever else the rest of us need to get thru our day. Continue reading →
Last night, I heard Martin drop his paint supplies in the other room, bolt out of the house, and then peel out of the driveway into town. I figured he needed something before the stores closed, so I didn’t think anything of it. He returned about 20 minutes later, looking exhausted.