Thursday, March 10, 2011

What I did today

Today was an unusual day.

But I liked it.

I woke up at 4:45 and was instantly inspired to document all my expenditures for the year in an excell spreadsheet. Once I got this idea into my head I could not let it go! So far I've gotten through January and February and only have a few more things to enter.

I went to the gym for a light work out. Yesterday I just about killed myself with a three hour work out AND I'm feeling sick. So I did the elliptical for 50 minutes and in the meantime I finished my book! The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo...I read it on my kindle. Good book, overall! (A few too many details at times, but what do you expect from a European author?)

I went to U. Village and bought some gifts for some friends. I have two bridal showers this weekend and I bought each bride the exact same gift! The two girls have never met, so this shouldn't be a problem. :) I love the gifts I got them and wanted to buy for myself. I think I will post pictures next week. I figured that gifts from Anthropologie have to be appreciated because if all else fails you can return it and get something else that you like. (Everything there is AWESOME!)

I visited Aileen at Pottery Barn. That was fun.

I ate lunch at Starbucks. I ate a hummus plate with veggies and a petite vanilla scone. Starbucks has cake pops!!! I have never had one, but let me tell you, I am temped! They are just too cute! (I may go back tomorrow.)

Of course I went to work in the afternoon...nothing too exciting to report. But I did have a nice day. Every patient was pleasant and I had a great time. I love my job (at least today.)

After work I headed over to Josh and Ellen's for dinner. All the guys were there, including some that like to talk and talk. It was pretty entertaining at times. :) We had fun.


  1. 50 minutes on an ellyptical is a light workout!? Oh well, that sounds like a normal workout to me! Those cake pops do look cute. Someday I will indulge. I am so glad you had a great day. LUBM

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  3. Herman Melville was American. I don't think that having too many details is necessarily European.