Daily Archives: April 9, 2010
I think Rudy and I are on the same page.
Made it to my mom’s safely!! I hightailed it outta there the second I got off work. I’ve gone from boring-town to a thriving household. My three step-siblings are here this weekend (ages16, 14, and 12) and we had some visitors in the form of toddlers. I like the quiet, but I get a kick out of the chaos too :)
However, two words adequately describe how I’m currently feeling – run down. Oof! It was a four-day work week for me, which sounds awesome, but not when you’re trying to cram five days worth of work into that. I went to spin class this morning and it was tough! My body is definitely tired, not to mention I’m nursing a sore throat. A good night’s SLEEP will hopefully help :)
I ate the usual desk-breakfast this morning, but I got to eat lunch at home! I showed my apartment over the noon-hour, so I threw something together while I was there.
- rotisserie chicken
- cottage cheese
- red onion
Something was missing after this though, so I went back and added black olives and pickles.
With extra veg on the side.
Supper was eaten during the 90-minute drive to my mom’s.
Flashback Friday – Randoms!
Being at my mom’s means I have access to hundreds of old photos. I couldn’t decide which to focus on, so I just grabbed a stack and took photos of my favourite ones. Enjoy!
Sisters Jane and Sara circa 1984 (pre-me!) playing a harmonica duet. Fun fact: sister Jane is now a professional musician!
My fifth birthday. A pool party at the Howard Johnson. Ohman, pool parties were the coolest back then. We then celebrated in the restaurant and they made me cupcakes.
It should be noted that my dad was a pretty good photographer.
I think he had a Nikon SLR?? (pre “D”SLR days) And took courses as well.
Of course, I wasn’t always cute. I went through my awkward punk-rock phase..
Attractive? No. Hilarious? You bet! Me, sister Sara and
sister mom in Mexico. Sara did a university exchange to Cuernavaca which was an excellent excuse for my mother and I to go visit.
Mom in front of the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan outside of Mexico City. Amazing.
That wraps up this week’s random flashback! I’ll try to capture some more while I’m home. Maybe next time I’ll build a narrative or something ;)
Question of the Day: Have you changed much since you were a kid? I’m told all the time that I’m completely different. I was an energetic child who loved to entertain a room, and now I much prefer being a member of the audience. And people who knew me as a kid say I don’t look the same either. Which is probably a good thing, because at one point I had a mullet…