Friday, February 17, 2006


So I was out running some work errands today. Got the old hurricane-force winds here today and it's blowing everything around - including the trunk lid of my car into my head. Supposedly I have a cut in my head but I didn't see any blood.

Still can't seem to shake the remainder of this cold or sore throat or whatever it is. I'm still coughing a bit and my throat just isn't right. Really looking forward to sleeping in tomorrow and just relaxing this weekend. Don't have much planned, really. Have to do laundry. Haircut tomorrow, as well as church. That's about the extent of my weekend, but I am more than fine with that considering I've been away from home the last 2 weekends and hanging out on long plane flights.

This week seemed to fly by for me, which was great. I don't feel caught up on work, not in the least. Have to keep plugging away at it. Now if the next 2 months will go as quickly, it won't be so bad.

I finally got the glass replaced in my diploma today. It had gotten knocked off the wall a couple of months ago by an overzealous coworker throwing down a box of paper on the opposite side of the wall. My office is also not very well made, the walls shake fairly easily. Thankfully the glass was the only casualty, and it didn't cost much to replace. Very nice lady at Amy's Custom Framing on the West Side. I'll definitely go back there in the future.

I guess that's about all I've been up to. It's been a week of back to work and not feeling all that well, missing John and wishing I was still somewhere that a summer jacket was all that was required. Soon enough I'll be back. For now I'll look forward to that and put in my time here.


Shawn said...

Ouch!! Nasty stuff! Hope it didn't do too much damage. Hope the time until the wedding trip flies by for you Liz!

Lisa said...

Our trunk never stays up; I've almost got it in the head a couple times.

Sorry to hear you're not feeling well. It seems everyone is sick or getting sick this past week. Take care of yourself, and we'll do something soon!

mare said...

i really like amy's framing. they do good work, they are friendly, and not ridiculously overpriced.

glad you've got a date settled for your return to socal! :)