Archive for the ‘the day-to-day’ Category

I should so be doing some of my home work right now….. But I’m lazy and don’t feel like doing it. Actually – I’m just a procrastinator. Either way – I’m not doing my homework. Anyway – sooooo, yeah. This whole, stay at home and go to school and not work thing….. I may actually […]


21Sep09

I’ve been so swamped with homework the last couple days I haven’t posted every day or every other day like I’ve been wanting to. Oops. Plus I haven’t really had anything interesting to post. There’s alot of drama going on in my relationship lately, and it sucks. I don’t really want to write too much […]


The other day I put the Monkey down for her nap and decided to go lay down too. Probably a bad idea. Well about 20 minutes after I had put her in the crib I guess she decided that she was done napping and was ready to play. Do you see where this is headed? […]


New Stuff

16Sep09

Ok, so it’s been quite some time since I’ve posted. I’ve been REALLY busy. So here’s the update: I got laid off from my job, I’m now a full time student, I have my own apartment, my boyfriend is living with me now. Details? Oh, ok. I suppose. I got laid off simply because the […]


All of a sudden, The Monkey likes to cuddle when she’s sleepy. All my bills are caught up – and I have food in the fridge. I’m finally comfortable enough with my self that I can sit in my apartment in silence, and not be itching to be somewhere else. I learned this week that […]


I checked one of my favorite blogs today, and noticed that she had tagged me for an award! The Honest Scrap Award. Yay! Here’s what it’s all about: “The Honest Scrap award is given by other bloggers who consider a blog’s content or design to be brilliant.  The awardee must then post ten honest things […]


Lately, I’ve been kind of down (even with all the good stuff going on) so I’ve decided that at least once a week I will write down the small things I’m greatful for. This week: Monkey put her sticky hands on either side of my face this morning and kissed me, and then laughed maniacally. […]