No, I am not wearing briefs in this post. Well, I might be, but there won’t be any pictures.
I didn’t wear shorts over the weekend. We went to a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, and The Griffith Park Shakespeare Festival on Sunday, so shorts weren’t really going to cut it. My plan was to go back to the shorts thing today, but then the day got away from me.
I started out by rearranging the furniture. Then, there was a lot of running around, grocery shopping and kid pick-up. By the time I got home from picking up Hallie, the groceries had been in the car for a while; but that was okay, because I had planned for that, with an insulated bag and an ice pack. Or so I thought. Somehow, a can of crescent rolls had missed being put in the chilled bag. So, when I opened the trunk ~ pop! The can just popped opened, and the dough came oozing out one end. It still felt cold to the touch, so I decided to bake them. Luckily, we had some Smart Dogs and cheese; so I wrapped up “pigs in blankets” for Justice and Hallie and rolled up the rest of the crescent rolls. and baked ’em.
Then, I got back to organizing the room. And putting the stuff back on the shelves I had moved. And realizing that I had moved one piece of furniture into a place where it wouldn’t work. And leaving it there, anyway. For now. Then, I remembered that needed to balance the books and pay bills…but I didn’t do it, because, just then, there was a knock at the door. Two gentlemen had arrived to do a termite inspection. We’d noticed what we thought were signs of termites a few days ago, and called to have it checked out. I wasn’t expecting them today, but what do I know? I told them to go ahead and inspect.
We were right. We have termites. We can have a spot treatment, or we can have the house tented. Tenting will mean moving out for 3 days, boarding the cats, leaving the fish with friends, and then cleaning up after. It also means the company will guarantee that the house will be termite-free.
So, today, I never put on my shorts. Or made dinner. (It’s okay ~ we had plenty of leftovers.) Or finished organizing the bedroom.
Being first-time homeowners (we bought in December of 2012), we have very little experience with…well…home ownership.
So, we have a big decision to make tonight. I will probably be wearing jammies.
On the up side, while rearranging and organizing the bedroom, I found the portrait of me Kaia drew for Mother’s Day. I think it’s pretty awesome.