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Midweek Randomness, take 42

I woke up at 5am this morning disoriented and distraught after having my very first “wedding nightmare”. This foggy nightmare involved me showing up late to a wedding and THEN after arriving, falling asleep in the woods and missing most of the festivities. Really??? I worry when I wake, and apparently when I sleep too.

The husband invaded my space yesterday by staying home sick from work and setting up sick camp in front of the TV in MY office. Ok, my office is in the middle of our loft and it does have the comfiest couch in the house. My TLC day time TV was quickly changed to Doomsday Preppers and the sound of sneezes and sniffles. When I asked what his symptoms were he replied, and I quote “the back of my eyes hurt, my skin is hot, and my nose is stuffy”. Oooh yes, the dreaded man cold ;) No kisses or cuddles until this man is healthy!

After failing to get into the book The Host for the 2nd time, I’ve decided to take a little fiction break and dig into some business books. I think it would be a good way to start the year and give me a kick in the pants to make some positive changes for life and business. Soooo, where should I start? Business book must reads?

Oh yes I did: cut off my unlimited Diet Coke supply. I’m on day 19 of allowing myself ONE a day. What was I thinking?! I dunno. Lots more water drinking and I may have to finally take up coffee.

Currently: listening to Mumford & Sons Sigh No More for the first time. This was released in aaahh-hhmm 2010 and they have a newer album (Babel) that came out last year that I’ll also have to check out. Love their sound…definitely some folk, a little bit of country, and very unique. I’m envisioning a really handsome Irish gentlemen serenading it to me today.

And since no post is complete without a picture, a couple shots my 12 year old little brother snapped at the lake over the weekend. Love his composition ;) And yes, we go to the lake in January in Arizona. hehe


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