Well, Jeremy and Anora got off to North Carolina on Saturday despite some snowy weather here. The arrived at his Mom's on Sunday night , safe and sound.
So on Saturday I got to work. I cleaned and took. down the Christmas decorations. Then I rearranged the living room and brought the computer down to use in the living room. This way it'll be easier to watch hulu without Jeremy's computer hooked up. It's brilliant, but the wireless keyboard doesn't seem to like it.
Sunday I went to church, it was nice, but sparse. The I went shopping with some of our Christmas money. Jeremy took most of it for the trip for food and gas. But I was able to get 4 new towels, a 3 qt sauce pan, a bunch of groceries, and just some stuff we were doing without to be thrifty. I'm feeling very flush.
So of course since I spent all our extra money our much loved coffee maker died. But while picking something else up, I found wonderful buy I couldn't pass up. It's a work of art really. We'll see how it performs tomorrow.
Well, I'm done fighting the keyboard. Good night. Please Pray Jeremy stall wants to come home on Saturday when it' only 10 degrees.
Dec 20, 2009
Dec 10, 2009
Not such a good night. On the way home from work I put the truck in the ditch! I was going to fast, and a long list of other reasons I'm blaming myself for. We've contacted a tow co. and when the tow ban lifts this morning they'll get it out. Jeremy went to school this morning, but Anora doesn't have school today. So, I'm home this morning, and when Jeremy is done at school we'll go to Camanche to get the truck and then I'll go to work. So we have it worked out for now. I hope not to repeat this. I'm not meant to work so far from where I live.
Blessings... I didn't hit anything, or anyone. A police officer picked me up and took me someplace safer to wait for Jeremy. I don't think there is any real damage. I had people come to my rescue.
Testings... getting back behind the wheel in the dark tonight, paying for the tow truck when I've been squeaky tight with money for my own stupidity. Being closer to a cornfield than the shoulder, missing part of a day at work.