Saturday, January 30, 2016

Life Lately (According to my phone)

It's the dog days of January and nothing super exciting is going on in my world. I've had a sinus infection for about a week now, so I'm tired and run down. Here's a glimpse of what's been going on.

 This has been my uniform this month, leggings, a dress or tunic, and the most comfy, warmest boots known to mankind. Technically they are outside boots, but since I work from home I turned them into slippers. I wear these almost every day.
 When January hit and it started to get colder, the mess of students and siblings coats on the floor got to me. One weekend I decided I HAD to make a coat rack. So I took an old piece of wood, painted it the same color as my sofa table, and then put 3M hooks on it. I love how it turned out!
 And I might have already blogged about this, so if I did let's just pretend I didn't, ok?
 The view from my teaching chair.
 With having stitches forever and a day, washing and styling my hair was a chore. Several days I washed it the night before and put it in a bun to air dry without letting the curls free, then in the morning I got out the curling iron and attempted to curl some of it. I am really not skilled with a curling iron, but I enjoyed having a different look.
 It looked cuter in person :)
 One night a student had a blanket with her in her vehicle, and brought it inside to show me. I thought it was so neat! Her Grandma made it for her, she LOVES sheep!
 I switched out my decor to Valentine's day, and there are my trusty cozy boots again!
 My Truck needed fixed, so Dad came to town and took it home, and I borrowed my Mom's vehicle for several days. It was weird being in the passenger's side of my truck!
 It's easy for me to get dehydrated, especially when I am teaching long days, and/or sick. My goal for 2016 is to drink a  gallon of water every day.  I fill up my gallon jug each night before I go to bed, so I can track how much I drink everday.
 Dunkin Donuts opened in our town on Monday. I went there Tuesday :)  I don't think I had been to DD since I was a child, it did not disappoint!
I was really impressed with their Mocha Coolatas. I think that's what they are called? Their version of a Frauppucino. The medium size was the same size as a SB Venti, and several dollars CHEAPER! and in my opinion I thought they were better than SB! DD you have won me over!

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