Monday, October 1, 2012

october bullets / delirium


  • I started today off with a pumpkin spice latte and a pumpkin scone courtesy of a livingsocial $5 for $10 worth of Starbucks deal to ring in October. Happy Monday to me!
  • My contract with Sprint is expired and I'm contemplating a switch to T Mobile. Thoughts from those with experience?
  • Elden's two-month checkup is tomorrow. Shots are in the cards. I'm more upset about this than he probably will be.
  • A certain someone fits wonderfully in his 6-12 month fall jacket...all whilst wearing newborn pants. What?:
  • The McDonalds we got dinner from tonight proudly displayed on their sign that "Monoply" was back. I'll pause so you can appreciate that in all of its spelling glory.
  • Moms, what's with us referring to ourselves in third person all the time? I know I've fallen prey to this diabolical scheme, and I'm repenting of my sins.... until I slip up and refer to myself as "this mama" in probably two hours.
  • Yesterday was a serious day in Colicville. Jon knew I was tired when he got home and I informed him that I had remembered to charge "the battery cameras."
  • Some girlfriends and I will be gathering in early November for a Pinterest-inspired Christmas decoration making party. I began looking at pins today. Now I'm ready to fast forward to December where there is general holiday merriment. Hey October: sorry I'm not sorry (love this post by my girl, Emma).
  • Except I'm not actually ready for October to be over yet.
  • A certain someone is waking from his nap an hour too early and I have yet to shower. Stay up late to bathe or turn up my nose at it and get a little extra (stinky) sleep? Apples and oranges, people. Apples and oranges. 
  • This is one delirious mama writing. SNAP. I knew I couldn't last more than a few minutes. That's what she said.



1 comment:

  1. Sorry I'm not sorry that I am still FIRMLY planted in autumn. Christmas cookies are seasonless, really. Let's all just wear cashmere and eat gingerbread and call it a day.

    Thanks for the shoutout, boo! Get on that NYC trip soon.

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