Remarkable how two snow days in the middle of the week can really throw a girl off when Friday rolls around!
I was ready to dive back into classes when suddenly the weekend was upon me. Sigh. Life can be tough.
Add to that the fact that I don’t even have classes on Friday, so I had nothing to do except wake up and enjoy a hot bowl of oatmeal. Life can be tough.
So, instead of going to classes, I let my breakfast digest and then I went to the gym with my friend Mandy. Some sprinting, jogging and lunging later, it was time to go home — Or rather, time to pick up Dan so that he and I could go to lunch.
Get this: Dan even let me choose where we were going. Life can be tough.
It can also be tough when I get a ton of choices with Jason’s Deli’s salad bar.
With a whole Friday afternoon ahead of us, Dan and I desperately searched for something to do. I could come up with nothing, so he suggested a game of pool.
“Great,” I thought. “Mark another loss for me in the playbooks.”
Fully exhausted from the game, Dan and I parted ways. I immediately went home and napped for what was supposed to be 45 minutes, but turned into double that. Dang it. Life can be tough.
After that point, I had no choice but to get up and get ready for the night. I even tried to take a picture of my outfit, but I had to battle off a raging puppy.
Finally having the picture, I was able to go over to Kansas City with Mandy to spend some time relaxing at her parents’ house before heading out to dinner at a new Asian restaurant. Life can be tough.
Fully hungry, Mandy and I even talked ourselves into a starter of vegetarian lettuce wraps, which looked slightly unappetizing but were incredibly delicious.
First up were some spicy red pepper dumplings.
Question: What is or isn’t tough about your life?
It is also kind of tough that I’m not getting many questions for a Q&A post.