Last night, driving home from work, I saw this guy again. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen him on the freeway. It’s so weird to me when I see him, I immediately think to where I was when I first saw him and how much has changed. How much better my life is since I first saw him. I want to tell him, “Hey, I’m still here!” Then I think how weird that would be, he very likely doesn’t even know I exist, and certainly doesn’t know that, for some weird reason, he’s a marker in my life. I’m still pursing my “normal” and it looks like he is, too. Although, if I were to offer him any advice, it’d be to tell him he should try putting the top down on his car.
I noticed the other day that my little purple fan that I have on my desk at work, which I’ve had for years now, didn’t seem like it was directing any air anywhere. I pondered that for a bit off and on over the last month and distinctly remembered being impressed by how much air it moved in relation to how small it was when I first bought it. I then realized the blades were dirty. Impressively so. I wondered if that made any difference to it’s air movement. At the very least, I figured cleaning the blades probably would be a good start. So I spent a few minutes one morning doing so and, wow, yeah. If you have a fan that doesn’t seem to be effective, try cleaning the blades. I guess, now that I think about it, that’s probably good advice for anything… clean it.
I thought I’d try a new nail polish last weekend. You know me and my obsession with red nail polish. With a toddler in the house, quick drying is a must. Usually Sally Hansen’s products are pretty amazing… however, not this time. I painted my nails on Sunday afternoon. These pictures were taken Thursday afternoon. Looks like I’m still on the hunt for a good, fast drying polish.
My workplace sells these amazing little wonders in its vending machine. Knowing how overpriced some of those items are in the vending machine, and since I like them so much, I thought I’d check them out online. Turns out, the vending machine’s price, at $.85 is a bargain… and, also, apparently, they’re quite the novel item? They’re made in Austria and sell online for around $1.20 each. They sure are yummy.
And, last, but not least, we have some sort of tree around our home that drops these shaped leaves.
10 responses to “Pursuing Normal.”
I love the leaves. Love your mish mash posts 🙂 Love the random ness of knowing what’s going on in your head! 😉
Mish mash mosh posts are fun to do. It’s like FB posts all smooshed together. 🙂
love you sweetie…XOXOXOXOX
I LOVE that Tony always leaves you such sweet loving comments….And I LOVE those leaves!!! Beautiful little Hearts….AND, those Cookies look delicious, too!
I have no idea where those leaves come from, but I’ve seen a few around and they make me happy. 🙂
those little things look delicious!
heart leaves! mia would flip out if she saw them at our place. hehe.
i wonder if he doesn’t pull the top down because people might stare?
although… why get a convertible?!
xoxox happy mother’s day, dear!
I wonder if maybe his car is so old that the top doesn’t actually go down? Or if it did, it would crack. MY car’s top is cracking, I am so bummed and so don’t want to spend the money to get a new top. Bah.
He probably has the top up so he can talk on the phone while driving. I can’t think of any other reason to hate him, so I’ll stick with that.
If he had a phone, it would go flying with his tick. Poor guy!