Here we are at the end of January! Frankly, it can go. It was kind of a rough month, and I am hoping things ease up in February! At least we have so far been lucky to stay away from the flu — working with the public, I am honestly a little nervous about it, but I just keep washing my hands and using hand sanitizer and hoping for the best!
On to Happy Homemaker Monday. Linking up with Sandra at Diary of a SAHM.
As I look outside my window:::
It’s gray and getting dark out. The temperature wasn’t too bad today — high 30s/low 40s. At least I didn’t have to bundle way up while running around. We may have a little snow overnight.
Right now I am:::
Sitting in the living room with Laura, listening to Noah practice his drums, and watching the clock so I can start supper on time.
Thinking and pondering:::
Oh, so many things! But right now I’m thinking about how happy I am that pit orchestra practice was cancelled tonight and I do not have to go back out.
On my bedside table:::
Two books. I was lucky to get a copy of Kristin Hannah’s new book, The Great Alone, before it is even out and I also have Promise Not to Tell by Jayne Ann Krentz that I want to start reading.
On my tv tonight:::
Not sure. Last night we watched “The Snowman” and the night before that we watched “It.” I’ll probably see what catches my eye on Netflix.
The steady percussion sound from Noah’s drum kit. He got an electric drum set for Christmas, and he wears headphones so while we still hear a bit, it is significantly quieter!
Sunday – Pizza, salad
Monday – Salmon, red potatoes and green beans in herb sauce
Tuesday – Broccoli chicken noodle bake, green salad
Wednesday – Turkey tacos, Mexican rice
Thursday – Chicken & chickpea tikka masala, rice, cucumber salad, naan
I’ve got laundry to put away and a sink full of dishes I have to do. The house could also use a good vacuuming.
I’m working a ruffle scarf, and I want to crack on with some dishcloths (seeing as though I have more cotton yarn than I imagined).
You can’t change people, so figure out a way to deal with them and find a good friend you can complain to 😉