Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Schooled by a 2 year-old

Well, I ventured out of the house today. Actually, I have left the house each day this week, but yesterday would have been defined as "barely" since I was gone less than 10 minutes.

If you wonder what I've done holed up at home, I have read over 300 pages of a 400+ page book and watched the Rangers win once and lose twice. I've dusted two rooms. I've not vacuumed at all, and I'm praying someone is free the next few days so that I don't have to actually clean the bathrooms.

I've really not gotten much further on my Shutterfly scrapbooking project, and instead of working on that, I was trying do decide if I wanted to scout out singles websites and come to the conclusion I really don't.

If I had any sense of adventure left in me (I'm trying to figure out when it fled from my being), I'd just get in the car and drive somewhere tomorrow. The problem is I don't want to go alone and don't know of anyone that can just pick up and go.

I still have this cold or sinus or allergy crud, so I am still feeling lazy. And taking cold medicine makes me feel worse and in need of counseling for depression.

Oh, but back on the topic. I got out of the house today. My friend Angie and her little boy, Deacon, invited me to go have pizza and play putt-putt with them. On most days I'm not great at mini golf though I enjoy it. On some days, I'm not half bad.

Today, I got schooled in putt-putt by a two year old golf prodigy with his own set of clubs. He could have beat me on a good day, and let's just say I was not on my game. At all. There's not much more to say than that. I should have taken a picture to post.

I need to make an appointment with Angie to chat more though. I don't know why we didn't catch up more than we did. I guess that way, we can arrange another time to get together.

I'm contemplating going shopping tomorrow. I don't know if it will happen or not. Although I said this week was reserved for reading and sleeping, I feel like I'm wasting my week off away and that I'm going to regret it. I don't know why I feel like I need to be productive in some way.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's in your genes. It is ok that you need some me time.