Monday, March 14, 2011

Oh, Monday

Miscellany Monday @ lowercase letters

1. Netflix - in love
My parents were gracious enough to give us an AppleTV for Christmas and I have used my Netflix subscription to the fullest. (Finally) Lately I've been glued to rewatching Grey's Anatomy from the very beginning. Yes, I've seen every episode but I like to remind myself that Season 1 and the first half of Season 2 were the absolute best.

2. Bradford Pear Trees are the devil

I'm convinced that these beautiful trees are born from the devil. Yes, they're gorgeous to look at and are the first sign of spring around here. However, my allergies and sinuses beg to differ. Which leads me to...

3. Sickness
I'm sick and not too happy about it. My head feels like a giant is squeezing it in a vice grip.

Cue Sad Trombone

4. Running
I've been a super-slacker and haven't run in a week. However, when my head hurts to take two steps, I can't even imagine what running would feel like.

5. Pageants
Over the weekend, C and I went to the local university pageant. We had a great time! However, just a word of advice to all contestants...brush up on current events. That's all I'm saying.


{av} said...

sigh. TOTALLY with you on bradford pears. they don't have as many where we live in New England, but we certainly had them where I grew up in Indiana. I don't miss them...except for their prettiness. too bad when I lived in DC the cherry blossoms did the same thing ;) happy to have stumbled here! hope you had a great Monday! xoxo {av}

Lori said...

Oh those trees are so gorgeous though. I get you on the allergies however, my hubby gets CRAZY allergies from everything.

Laughed out loud about the last point-- "brush up on current events." I have to agree after watching a few pageants on TV.

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CLAUDIA said...

You know they smell like they are a give from hell too. Beautiful but stink.

CLAUDIA said...

That was supposed to say "gift" not give.

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