Right now the winning answers seems to be some combo of biking with archery. I'd probably do them separately, unless I can make up a new sport, like a warm weather biathlon. There are a lot of perks to making up my own sport, especially when I'm crowned winner at all events.
I've been excited all this week for my post-op appointment on Friday. I know there's a good chance that I'm going to need PT (my leg is still a little wonky) but I can't wait to do everything for myself again and be like a real adult. My husband would also appreciate that as well.
I haven't put the baby down to sleep (or gotten her up in the morning or from nap time) for almost six weeks now. She cares about this a lot less than I do, which is good but I'm still looking forward to getting back to it. I'm even looking forward to doing dishes and laundry again.
At least when I return to the world of cooking and cleaning up after myself, this product finally exists.
|Finally, the reign of terror is over|
My favorite part of this is how the box is very concerned that you might think you're getting cheated out of your full pound of pasta. I guess this is a slightly more reasonable option that trying to find a spaghetti sized pot?
What's the most unnecessary product you've ever seen? This might be the new winner, but I've always thought those 100 calorie bags were the stupidest things ever. Why not just break down a big bag into smaller ziplock baggies instead of paying extra for those tiny bags when you know you'll still be hungry after you have those 8 freaking cookie pieces?
What's your most hated chore? I hate cleaning bathrooms and for these past 6 weeks, I've had a cleaning service come every week and it's been wonderful. I'm going to be so sad to say good bye to them. If anyone in southern MD needs a cleaning service, I really recommend "No BS Cleaning". Bonus: they like dogs, even crazy ones like Peanut.