Life Out Here

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Monday, June 25, 2007

Weekend Update

So let's last post was on Solstice.
So Friday, Steve went to Port Townsend to be rock star. Or, folk star. One of our buddies came over and kept me company. We played dirty Scrabble. Just like regular Scrabble, but you can only use dirty words. The game took forever. Apparently, I'm not as raunchy as I thought. And some of those words aren't in our dictionary so there was a lot of challenging.

Saturday, felt like utter shit. Sorry ma & pa - there's no other way to sum it up. I was up at 6am. I waited until 8:30am to call Kim and whine that I needed a mommy. She told me to come over and she sent her hubby out for soup. I hung out there for a while, then headed back home and back to bed. Steve got home that afternoon and we just snoozed until it was time to go to Mickey P's solstice party.

Which would have been a lot more fun if I had felt better. I spent the night nursing a coke and sitting by the firepit in his back yard, wrapped up in a fleece blanket because it was so cold. I made it until 1:30am then, after finding someone to take Steve home because he was dancin' his booty off with the ladies, I left.

And Sunday, I stayed home while Steve went to a late Father's Day brunch with the Millers. I woke up when the alarm went off, but the thought of food made my stomach turn. When he got home, we spent a lazy somewhat rainy/sunny day watching the tube. I was actually starting to feel much better.

And today, I feel fine. Just fine. I've still been eating very lightly, but I think the bug has passed (no pun intended). Tonight, we're headed to a bbq at a friend's. She's leaving to travel around Europe for a few months. It amazes me that people can do that. How do they save up that kind of money? How are her bills going to get paid while she's gone? I need to figure out how to do this.....


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