Archive for April 3, 2010


>and then the washer broke.

So instead of washing my clothes tonight, I will load up the car (after borrowing my friend’s laundry basket, well why should I have my own? The washer is two feet from my bedroom door!) and go to the laundry mat to wash my clothes. Then drag them home to hang them up to dry.


>or just feeling like your being coerced. Someone asking you for help to do something (money) nice for someone, someone you like no less, and they make it sound like if you don’t help them (give them the money). They won’t be able to do it. Then you have to keep the secret, and since it’s not your secret, if you tell you’re in trouble. The biggest problem for me, other then the not telling part, is that when the person thanks me, I can’t accept it because I feel like I had no choice. Not only that, but it means I can’t get this person what I wanted to get them because now I won’t have enough money. I was having a good day. Now I am in a bad mood.


>was a slow train day. I didn’t realize how many people had Good Friday off. When I got to GCT it seemed as if there were more soldiers there then regular people. It was kind of creepy.

The office was the same and the building, since there are mainly government offices in there and the government doesn’t give off for religious holidays (well except for Christmas) everybody was there. Except my boss who took off because his son’s daycare was closed.

Yesterday was a beautiful day, sun was shining, I had my nail appointment my so my nails are also beautiful but this morning when I got up and looking the mirror, my face looked really bad. The skin looked …. yukky? I don’t really know how to describe it. I hope I’m not getting sick. Probably just because I am so tired. Yeah that’s what I’ll say.

I worked some on the bag I started a long long time ago and when it is done I plan on fixing my Yankee earrings. I ordered some new ones, different style but they won’t be here by tomorrow.

Well I can’t think of anything else to say. Have a good evening.

>I love purple. When I saw this card I just had to buy it, look at all the beautiful purple flowers!

These beautiful lupine wildflowers abound in the meadows
throughout the rugged Olympic Mountains, seen in the background. 
Photo © Pat O’Hara

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