Sunday, January 5, 2020

2020 Project 365 – Week One


Today I had my last holiday event of the year & boy am I ever glad! I’m looking forward to boring old January & February. Sheesh!
Sunday, December 29th                                                   
It was POURING down rain when I got to church. I very seriously considered just turning around & going back home, but I had some schmoozing to do so I went on in.


Monday, December 30th                   
This thing was making the rounds on Instagram, where this program would tell you which Harry Potter character you are. I was pretty chuffed that it decided I was Harry.


Tuesday, December 31st                                                       
I went to my cousin’s New Year’s Eve party & had a great time. This year I even (not really, but sort of) made it to round two of the ping pong tournament. Well, I lost in round one, but they took pity on me & let me play in round two too.



Wednesday, January 1st – Happy New Year!                                                 
Dr. M went to his dad’s & had lunch.


And my plan was to stay RIGHT HERE in my jammies for the day.


But instead I went to my dad’s to visit with them & my nephew & his girlfriend (I left my jammies on). I played some ping pong with my dad (he got a table for Christmas & I plan to get over there as often as possible so I can make it higher in the tournament next year). While I was there I took a couple of pictures of my Christmas gift from my nephew – SUPER COOL!


After I got home I made a couple of things for the office Christmas party, which had been postponed due to TOO MUCH FOOD before Christmas.


Thursday, January 2nd  
I saw this driving to work today – I think we have that exact same lamb in our house.


Friday, January 3rd                                                               
Dr. M accidentally broke one of our ornaments today. He had this to say about it: Tonight I clumsily broke a 50 year old glass ornament. It hurt my heart...would that all of us would feel so sensitive about each other and our planet!


Saturday, January 4th               
Today I went to church to set up for our Vegetarian Potluck on Sunday. We had folks try to do meatless Mondays during Advent & decided to have a potluck so we could share our favorite recipes. I carted a table and dishes (the real deal) up from the basement & rearranged things & washed dishes, and basically got all of my steps for the day during the couple of hours I spent there. I was worried that people wouldn’t fix food, and I was worried that people wouldn’t come, but (spoiler alert!), it was a success! Plenty of food & plenty of fellowship. You’ll get to see those pictures next week.


Meanwhile, Dr. M spent some more time with his dad & got to see critters on his way home. Floofs & flocks!


It’s going to be weird having to work for five straight days. And then there is a church council retreat on Saturday. It’s entirely possible that I will fluff off on Sunday & do nothing. I am putting all the usual suspects on notice – you may or may not see me. How about you? Are things back to normal in your neck of the woods?

8 comments:

  1. Does anyone even know what day it is yet? I am so confused, and Rick being home for post-op recovery is making it worse. The holidays bewilder and befuddle me.

    Your contribution for vegetarian potluck looks good!

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  2. OK - so tell me - how do you get those Harry POtter / Disney things that are going around on Instagram. I'm apparently 150 years old & cant figure it out

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  3. I didn't get out of my comfy lay around the house clothes on new years day either even though I went over to my sister's house to deal with the cats. who would see? nobody. almost back to normal here.

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  4. Having the "holidays" in the middle of weeks was definitely confusing, even to retirees like us.

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  5. We have come to realize there is no "normal" for us. We just move forward one day at a time. Midweek holidays one after the other make a mess of routine.

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  6. Yeah...this working five days a week is the pits! But I guess that means "back to normal." Sigh.

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  7. Never done the Harry Potter character assignment. The Star Trek version of the same thing said I was Captain Johnathan Archer.

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  8. Your first week sounded full, as usual. This being the 12th, I am just now back to normal. Yay!

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