Henry snuggles up to his dad. So sweet and sleepy this morning!
Starting my commute. I decided to be extra efficient and wear curlers for my drive – a great decision for such a rainy morning. The curls fell out in less than an hour – but I think the funny looks I got from my fellow commuters more than made up for my hair’s lack of va-va-voom.
I’m usually pulling into the office parking lot by now, but the weather is making my drive way longer this morning. At least I have a beautiful blue sky to enjoy on the road! Oh. Wait.
Dreary, dreary morning meeting. I took the easy way out and drove down to campus for this one – nobody wants to hoof it across the fields and parking lots in this kind of weather.
Meeting: over. Brain: scrambled. I needed emergency coffee, so I made my way to the closest drive through with a decent cup of coffee. When I opened what I thought was a bag of cream and sugar, I found cream, sugar, AND a free bonus donut! Are you flirting with me, Krispy Kreme?
Opened my office door for a quick breath of fresh air. As you can see, my quarters are a little tight – when I start to feel claustrophobic, I open the door until I feel a little less closed in.
Trying to figure out a way to make the web page I’m building work the right way. Projects like this can be frustrating, but it’s satisfying to get scrappy and figure out a way around the problem.
Stopped by Whole Foods for lunch – look at this cute little snack pack! Filled with my favorites – it’s like they saw me coming.
While I was at Whole Foods, I ran into my old friend Roy G. Biv hanging around the produce section:
I see you, sunshine on my staircase.
My office has a fire escape! It’s like West Side Story, but with less snapping and gang violence.
It’s the final countdown! Trying to keep focused and wrap up the day so I can peace out of this popsicle joint at 4:30.
Stoplight snapshot of my latest manicure. I told Josh after I painted them that these are “the fanciest my nails have ever been.”
Hanging out with the puppies! While I was unloading my car, I heard one loud bark. When I looked up, I saw these two goofball faces gazing at me through the front window, waiting for me to open the door. Dogs are the best.
And now, if you’ll excuse me, it’s time to hang out with this little chubby cheeked chipmunk.