My goal last week was to relax, and let me tell you: mission accomplished! And I still managed to be reasonably productive, probably thanks to the longer days. Losing an hour sucks, but sunsets at 7:30 instead of 5:00 definitely don’t.
This week I want to get back in the writing groove, because I’ve been slacking. I also need to follow up with some friends on plans we keep meaning to make.
Mine was good, barring my drive home from work–and even that wasn’t as bad as I was expecting, given that the plows had just gone by. But we’re still caught in a minor snowpocalypse, and unless the forecast for tomorrow (meaning today, since I’m writing this on Tuesday night) proves grossly inaccurate, I don’t think I’m going anywhere.
EDIT: It is now Wednesday, and I did indeed stay home from work to avoid dying in a snowdrift, so this post has been updated to a SNOW DAY OPEN THREAD and I’m posting it now. If you don’t have a real snow day today, please have one in spirit.
Tonight, NBC’s newest comedy will make its debut. It’s called Trial and Error, and it’s a spoof on the murderer documentary phenomenon that has swept the country over the past few years. Think The Jinx meets The Office. The trailers haven’t done much for me, but the reviews have been generally good so far, and I am a fan of John Lithgow. That’s enough for me to give it a chance.
Mine was unexpectedly four days long, thanks to a major power outage at work, so that was nice! I made the most of it by being as lazy as possible, although I did get a few chores done. The weather was terrible and is going to be terrible this week, too, unfortunately. Lousy Smarch weather.
We made it! What are your weekend plans? I want to sleep a lot.
Here’s the link to last week’s post. I did great! Hair is trimmed, apartment is clean, freezer was emptied and is newly refilled with food I’ll actually eat. I did laundry but already have to do it again, because laundry is evil.
Since I got so much done, this week I’m taking a vacation from projects. I’m going to relax and get caught up on shows and nap.
Mine was pretty good! Work was very quiet and I got a lot done, and the rain washed my car for me. Plus I bought myself fancy smoked salmon for dinner. Counterpoint: I found the first spider of the year in my apartment.