@LookUponMyWorks do it!! God, The Americans is my favorite, I can actually feel my heart rate spiking during the "next week on" part.
@RiffRandell The Americans! Obvious Child! uh, that's all I can think of at the moment.
@ThatJenn the only way it would be better would be if it were a 3 day weekend
@bgprincipessa yeah, and when I get waived on it doesn't actually matter because I have a monthly bus pass and so do LOTS of people. So if 20 people get waived through, the lack of a ding by the machine may only be a loss on about 10 of them.
Today should be no spend, as I look forward to communing with my couch and the inside of my eyelids. Saturday I'm volunteering, and after I get slobbered on by all the dogs I think some friends are going to come over and have the lowest key hangouts possible. Maybe like $30 for food etc?? Sunday: Brunch out, so $40-50. Grocery store at some point (probably 3 different trips as per usual) $30-40 there. Maybe more depending on what big meal I decide to make.
@EmilyAnomaly Can you maybe stay with some of that pushy extended family in case it doesn't go super great? Because it might just be good to have things clear one way or another (in the long term, short term could be mega rough) and a backup place to stay might be good for piece of mind.
@Katni I used my last stamp on THIS month's mortgage payment, so I made the grown up choice. (Usually my mom covers my family sports gambling so I don't worry about it. -less than grown up choice)
I have to get stamps! so I can mail my March Madness dues. And my mortgage next month.
I followed the blog of someone who would work in Antarctica for summers (or a whole year) for a while. It was fascinating but also a little claustrophobic sounding. And it sounded like the potential for interpersonal drama (especially over winter) was off the chain.
Travel travel travel. Not that my friends and I are window shopping renting French Chateaus or houses in Napa that sleep 20 in addition to actual trips I'm taking.