This Week’s Trends

June 28, 2007 at 9:44 pm 1 comment

Here’s a list of this week’s new trends:

  1. Running with the dog at 6am! I am a rockstar.
  2. Afternoon naps.  I love naps.  I don’t love waking up from them.
  3. Watching of The Wonder Years. I don’t think I appreciated how good the show was when it was actually on real TV (as opposed to reruns on cable).
  4. Cleaning. Not my favorite trend of the week, but the house needs to sell.
  5. Blogging more than usual. Not that I have anything to say, but its a means of procrastinating…

Tomorrow we leave for MN for the big move. We’re packing up the Camry tomorrow afternoon and then heading to MKE to drop Barley off with his uncle Trevor. I’ll try to take and post pictures from the trip and JT’s new apartment, but who knows if we’ll have internet access. Plus, I have a job interview on Monday, so I’ll have to make/practice my job talk this weekend! Wish me luck!

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  • 1. Amy  |  June 29, 2007 at 4:37 pm

    Yeah, Peter doesn’t like to wake from naps, either. His new trick is to wake up, look around, and then shriek as if he’s in pain. It’s really a lot more fun than it sounds!

    Speaking of “more fun than it sounds,” I hope the move turns out to be so. Driving with a giant dog? Yikes. Through the deadlands of Indiana? Super Yikes.

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