I had an epiphany last night, and I was determined to go home and write about it. I guess it wasn't too big of a deal, I can't remember what it was now.
Kovixen: April 2004 Archives
So, as many people saw on Peter's blog, we are again trying to buy. We really like the place, it's better than the other one we tried to buy a few months ago, and everything practically will be new, including windows and central air! I am very happy with the condo, but I'm totally stressed out about it. It doesn't help that I'm totally PMSing this weekend. I think I'm acting like I'm depressed (i.e., sleeping way way way more than I normally do), but I don't think that I am. I'm just totally out of sinc. Today plucking my eye brows, I brought the tweezers up against my nose, so now I have a huge scrape on it. So now I'm wondering if I have a huge nose, and that's why I hit it. I am just totally neurotic I guess. But I'm staying in today, I'm going to clean and watch movies and the Sox and just relax. Same for Monday, so hopefully I'll be better Tuesday for work and the Sox game I'm going to.
As many of you know, I'm having a pampered chef party on Sunday. Come, and bring anyone that you want to. Jess and Scott have a wedding registry with Pampered Chef, so this will be a good way to get their present easily. My cousin, who is the PC consultant, will have the registry with her. Or if you can't come, I can let you know what is still on it. These parties are fun, they even get someone who is a horrible cook like me feeling good about cooking, so I hope a bunch of you can make it.
I really hate politics. I don't think there is anything out there that is even half as stressful as talking about politics, except getting married, and thank god I've done that already. When people talk about politics, they end up fighting. I know that they seem to think it's okay, and their friendships continue. Same thing in my family, all this politics talk, but then everyone is happy afterwards. I seem to be the only one who can't handle it, and I don't even get into these conversations, I just listen. I think that this confirms that I was born in the wrong time, and I should be a housewife who lets her husband make all the politics decisions. I'll still vote though, I promise.
Oh, and this is not just because of Dave and Peter. It just got me thinking about this again, and I just felt like commenting on it. You both rock!
So Peter had a birthday, and we had people over. It was so stressful. The apartment is just disgusting, so it is hard to clean because it's still dirty when I'm done. But I cleaned for 3 whole days, and it was very clean when people came over. Russ even commented on it, which made me feel good. Now my goal is to keep it clean. I swept today even thought it didn't need it, and I've put most of the clothes away from the laundry (and I will hang up my shirts, I promise!).
Peter's party went well too, although I missed a lot of the conversations. I ended up in the kitchen a lot making sure everything was ok in there. I didn't get to eat enough of Danielle's dip, but I have a lot of leftovers of other food. And tons of cake left. Anyone want to come over and eat some of it? Please?
I would personally like to thank Russ for the farting goo thing that he got for Peter. I'm not being sarcastic, it's so funny. Obvious I am not mature enough to have children yet.
I feel a huge need to write about my sorority, the lovely and perfect Alpha Phi. I just love this organization. I've decided to take a position in the alumnae chapter, even though I just finished up my presidency recently and thought I'd never be able to handle another position again. I will now be the collegiate liaison, just like I was in RI. However, there are 4 collegiate chapters up here, so it'll be a lot more work. But I will be able to stay in touch with what is going on at the colleges, which will be fun because I'm nosy. I really just want to be an advisor at all of them, but since there aren't enough hours in the day to do that, I will be able to be involved in a small way. And the semester is almost over, so I'll have all summer to think about what I want to do with this position. Of course, I'll be thinking about rush too, because I will have COB (continuous open bid) at Bentley, and I may still be the recruitment advisor at URI if a new one isn't found, and I wonder if one will be. It's such a hard position, especially at a school as big as URI.
Thank you everyone for commenting on my previous posts. It didn't even occur to me that anyone was reading what I wrote. Good thing I didn't mention my crack addiction! Hi to Allison and John, two people that are wonderful and I never get to see. And great blog Dave, I'll be posting in it shortly!