Douglas Milewski (dacuteturtle) wrote,
Douglas Milewski


Everyone in the house has been sick over the last few days. Ick. Ugh. Yesterday, if I stopped moving, I fell asleep. My head ached from my damned sinuses. Ugh all the way around.

And to add insult to everything, the cat threw up on the bed.

Other than that, it's been a good enough weekend so far. Dinner was at the Lebenese Taverna. Hummus and bread was good enough for Hers Truly, but the side dishes could have been more appropriate. Ah, live and learn.

We're trying to bang out the schedule for the summer. How to keep a tot occupied? That's the question. Our anchor is when Jenny's brother arrives on the continent. This year, either John's or Chu Li's conference is in Florida. (Honestly, I forgot which.) So in and around that, we work out which camps Hers Truly goes to, and when and where we go camping. Oh, and there's catching up on moving, too.

Moving goes like this: you work like mad for a month, then you get tired of it and start ignoring everything.

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