Day 5 and I am doing ok. Notice the ok is in small letters today. I'm mixing it up, I feel like being wild and crazy.
The other day I noticed that I was wearing unmatching socks; one was black and the other black and brown striped. My goal for that day was to find at least one match. I did not want to set the bar too high and finding the match for 2 seemed a little lofty. As I was searching through the container of unpaired items that sits on top of the dryer, I realized I would never find the black fuzzy one. A light bulb went off in my head (a monumental moment lately) and I remembered that last year while emptying out the dryer, I came across this flat grizzly item that looked like road kill. After checking to see that my black cat was still around, I realized that what I held in my hand was the fuzzy sock and it had melted. It must have been made with some funky material and probably had washing instructions, but who would look for washing instructions on socks. I am curious why I have the other one though. So my goal for the day went unfulfilled, however, I do still have to find the brown and black match, so I have something to look forward to.
We got some snow this morning; this is the day I have been waiting for. I NO LONGER HAVE TO GO TO WORK. . For the past five or so years I have been inflicted with snowitis. I shake at the site of a flake, but only when I have to drive (or have "hubby drive). However, I am cured now; I look at this lovely white snow with a new and peaceful attitude. Retirement is de bomb! I hope I used that expression correctly, I am trying to stay up to date on pop culture.
Well, the weekend is here; funny thing though, in retirement, everyday seems like Friday at 4:30. I might have to get a white board like they have in hospitals and have hubby write, Good Morning, today is Monday or whatever and the date is ....., your husband is Bob
Time to think about going back down to the basement and look at my nice neat piles again, but what about that sock I was going to look for. Which is more important. Decisions, decisions!