On this Friday that unfolds a mere three weeks before Christmas I'm guessing I should be doing approximately a million and one things, which of course explains why I'm blogging. I'm not the only one who, when given a long list of to-dos, walks around in circles not actually doing any of them, am I? Whatever...I have a few fragments and always enjoy linking up with Mrs. 4444's at the end of a busy week.
How many times can I say technically in a single post?
Technically we're going to find out.
I had signed my pup up for daycare and a spa treatment today so she'd be out of the house while the rugs were being cleaned. Spa treatment is technically just a bath, but spa treatment sounds like more fun. I was forced to embrace plan B since my dog spent half the day yesterday with an upset stomach, and I guess half the night too. Technically that's enough detail, right?
In fact, we had pulled her dog bed into our bathroom overnight just in case, since our bedroom is carpeted and the floor in the bath is tiled. Easier clean up if you're struggling to follow along here today.
This morning I rousted myself out of bed for boot camp, and tiptoed quietly (semi-quietly...hubs says I'm not that quiet) into the bathroom, in the pitch black, at the delightful hour of 5:20 AM. Oh, and I was barefoot-that's important! I carefully opened the door so as not to disturb my sleeping pup, and promptly planted my foot in dog vomit.
As if getting to boot camp isn't stressful enough.
And of course she's been fit as a fiddle all morning long, so she's at home, underfoot, not getting a bath, and a little anxious about the status of her chair.
Technically that was way more than you wanted to know.
Friday Fragments peeps!
Last night was my neighborhood book club Christmas party. We don't read a book in December, and instead have a nice dinner out along with a fun gift exchange. Technically I'm sure we're all reading books in December, just not as a group.
I'm reading Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline for anyone who's curious.
Back to the party...we do the kind of exchange where you draw numbers, choose a present, and occasionally 'steal' from a friend. Always a great time, and I came home with the softest, snuggliest throw ever made. Originally I thought I'd wrap it up as a Christmas present for one of my daughters, but before I knew what was happening that throw was open and my own self was wrapped up in it. Ooops! Sorry girls!
I guess technically I may have known what was happening.
Okay time to be productive...I've got some secret Christmas stuff that isn't going to Pinterest itself. May your weekend be filled with laughter and joy!
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