Wednesday, November 6, 2013

sww

 
 
 
This week I'm saying So What if:
 
-I can't wait for it to be January. This is my busiest, most stressful time of year at work and I may lose my mind sooner rather than later.
 
-It's a good thing that a computer separates me from several people I have to work with or I would possibly do bodily harm to a few of them.
 
-I wish I could pay every person/bill that really annoys me all in pennies just to be a bitch. Hey it counts as money.
 
-I haven't bought or even thought about buying Christmas presents yet.

-The thought of decorating for Christmas makes me tired.
 
-I don't get the excitement over the red Starbucks cups or the need for everyone to post pictures of them. I do however, get the excitement over the Caramel Brulee Lattes. Those rock my socks off.
 
- Hunter only got a few pieces of his Halloween candy. Kristian and I ate the rest.
 
-I was happily surprised that DST didn't mess up Hunters sleep at all over the weekend, in fact he slept til 7am (or what would have been 8am) which is even later than normal. We were thrilled! 

8 comments:

Kathy @ Vodka and Soda said...

haha same with kayla. she only got about 3 things from her candy bag; we gave the rest away!

-kathy
Vodka and Soda

Fiona said...

Glad DST didn't mess with Hunter's sleep!! We don't change here thankfully but I have seen lots of others posting about it really messing with their kiddos, so you were a lucky one! :)

Sorry things are so busy at work right now!

Shannon said...

Go Hunter!! DST was pretty easy here too!!

Amanda said...

I'm ready for it to be December, this is my busiest month at work until May so I totally feel you on that one! Plus I'm just one month closer to the baby being born :)

Heather said...

Ugh, so sorry about the work frustrations. Aggravating coworkers are definitely the worst.

Melissa at Tall Blonde Blog said...

Can Hunter come over and talk to the girls? We haven't made it past 6:30 since, not horrible, but I was liking the 7-7:30 better. Especially on Saturday.

Lauren Blehm said...

I are most of my daughters Halloween candy too, haha. Hey she's 2.5 and there's no way I was going to let her eat all of that! ;)

- Lauren @ anothermomanotherblog.com

princess apr said...

I gave away a lot of Laura's Halloween candy in her birthday goody bags. So, we have a tiny bowl left. She gets one piece a day, and I've been eating one piece a day. Plus, if we have company, they have some. So, it's not an overload at least.

Of course, she's 6 so she'd notice if she did an hour's worth of trick or treating and got nothing to show for it.