Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Wanna Hear About My Day?

I'm sure you don't. I went to the Wal-Mart, which actually wasn't as crowded or scary as normal. I did see one couple with their dirty toddler and the couple was wearing what appeared to be pajamas. Oh, and the female pajamas were high waters. WHAT?

There's something you need to know about me. I do not consider PJ pants or even sweats (even the nicer shiny ones) to be "real" clothing. It is not something you wear outside - well, if you're me or a member of my immediate family. LOL. Buddy has a variety of clothing items that he can wear inside, but if we're leaving, I ask him to change. I don't know why I feel this way, but I just think sweats are icky.

Anyway, I had to buy laundry detergent (I only buy Tide), dish detergent (only Cascade Complete - orange scent) and diapers, along with a few other rather high priced non food items, so I spend way more than usual. But, when you run out of stuff all at once, there's really no choice.

I got home from school pick up and realized there was a PTO meeting this evening at 7, so I started getting prepped for that. It's always a laugh riot. I really do try to make it if at all possible, plus Buddy gets a "free" Jeans Day tomorrow.

Tomorrow, I need to run downtown for an errand. It's Wednesday, which means it's Wee Wednesdays at our local children's Discovery Museum. They have loads of activities for the under 5 set, so after my errand, Sissy and I will swing by the museum and see what we can get into there until it's time to pick up Buddy from school. It should be fun.

I've got laundry to fold, dishes to put away, injection to do, a show to watch and I need to get typing on the school newsletter, which I manage to get suckered into doing every month. Bedtime for me is a way off. Hope your week is running smoothly so far.


  1. Dang...all that runnin' around wore me out just reading it!

  2. I agree with the sweats thing. I had a friend growing up that was diabetic. He would give himself shots and I could never understand how. I give blood all the time, don't mind getting shots but don't think I could give one to myself.

    I'm just a big ....

  3. Mmm. Shots.

    My last medication required 2/week.

    I was thankful to switch to 1 every two weeks. I can't imagine 1 (or more! GAH!) every day.

    I think you need to spend a day at my office. You could use the down time. (I am the 'busy' one in the office, but my day is NOTHING compared to yours! WHEW!)

  4. Daggone - little miss runaround! I'm impressed; your day takes a lot of energy to get through!