Sunday, January 8, 2017

Snow, haircut, sleepover.

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On Friday night, the DC area got about an inch of snow.  This was an odd storm because it was worse the more south you were.  Here in Rockville, Vince lamented that he wished it had happened the day before because then there would have been a two hour delay.  I went with Maxi for a run on Saturday morning in the snow because I thought she'd like it.  Usually I don't take her because she's a pain in the ass to run with because she sniffs too much and takes too long to decide where to poop and it drives me crazy.  But on Saturday, I managed to zen that crap out and revel in Maxi's fun in the snow.

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I had to give Edda a haircut right after I ran because that was the only time this weekend that I'd have a block of time.  I usually cut her hair in the garage, but it was super cold all weekend, so I cut it in the house which led to a huge mess on the floor in the bathroom.

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The washer is dying.  Vince helped me resurrect it after the haircut, but I think it's not long for this world.

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Kitachi arrived in time to help me even out Edda's haircut and give her a shower and blowout.  I think the bangs are a bit short, but overall no complaints.

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Then I went to Thu's sleepover birthday party.  I was amused at the invitation so even though most people went home to their own beds to sleep, I was one of the handful of folks who slept over.  I saw some friends who I rarely see and it was nice to catch up.  I know Thu loves stationary, so I got her some Japanese highlighters that are very popular with the bullet journaling crowd.  A some moment late at night, we all pulled out our to-do lists - our own bullet journals to compare notes on how to prepare notes.

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2 comments:

sherah said...

Hey there Doris! I love this blog. We were in Zion Natl. Park last week and this blog was the first thing I went to on the computer. I get it about the math thing with Vince. Josh was the same way.

Doris said...

Happy Zion-ing! I'm sure it was amazing! :)