So I did something simply brilliant the other day. I picked up a casserole dish that had been in the oven for over an hour with my bare hand. Having completely forgotten that I’d taken the one oven mitt off to grab a bowl out of the cupboard. Brilliant eh? My index finger and my middle finger have been nicely burnt and are this weird mix of red and white. Which my mom says means that it’ll heal alright. Lovely haha. Luckily the cream that I’ve got numbs any of the burn pain, so things have been relatively normal. I just make a lot more typos than usual.
For the long weekend, I managed to get an extra day off and we went down to Indiana to visit the cousins. The kids are still adorable and still a handful. Nicholas is definitely my favourite, but Preston comes in a close second.
Nicholas made me a drawing that says “I love you and I can’t stop” with a picture of a rainbow. Preston was my shadow and loved to play peek-a-boo and tackle me when I least expected it. He loved my fishies (my beloved Pisces necklace) and he loved to muss up my hair so I’d blow it out of my face. Kelsey was little miss trouble but loved up anyone who would let her. We went and saw Shrek the Third, where both boys had to sit with me. So it ended up being Nicholas, me, Preston and my dad in the one row
We watched Nicholas play soccer and baseball. And we watched the twins play soccer. Mom was all nostalgic for the days when I played soccer when I was little. I brought the boys down Spiderman puzzles, which Nicholas and I put together about 4 times each. And I was afraid they’d be a bust. I under-estimated the draw of the great spidey apparently. Over all I had a great long weekend, and I survived with only two new bruises.
My to-read pile is becoming too big. I need to stop wandering the bargain books during my lunch break. Although the good reads for cheap prices saves my budget, I have no room in my tiny room for all the books I’ve bought. But good book¦. Good prices. Haha sigh. I need more bookshelf space and more bookshelves
I can’t think of anything else to add.