I was writing a piece for Zelda Lily about this crazy mother that took her thirteen-year-old daughter (plus two of her daughter's friends) with her when she went and left two bags of dog crap and a profanity-laced note on the doorstep of a kid her daughter was having issues with.
2006 was probably the year that the seeds were sown for Pythagorus to become an alcoholic.
"I cannot believe you slept in until 9:30!" (to Belle, who in general thinks 6:30 is sleeping in)
Two cups of coffee and SoBe Lifewater (black cherry dragonfruit ... what the heck is dragonfruit, anyway?)
I have two, one purple and one gray and black.
Soup for Addie.
Home fighting with my computer and reading a book.
Blue. I think it's called "colonial blue" or something ... I don't know, my mother's all Williamsburg obsessed. You should see the curtains!
In the cupholders of my car. There's much overflowage, which I guess means I should roll coins or something, make a deposit into Addie's college account.
Hot and sticky. Again. The weatherman has got to stop lying about when this yucky stretch is going to end.
I actually don't like ice cream all that much, but I occasionally indulge in Ben and Jerry's combination of chocolate chip cookie dough and chocolate fudge brownie. Mmmmmmmm :-)
Yes, actually. The last time I got it cut, the hairdresser left it way too long in the back and made the layers way too short ... if I wear it down and don't go through the whole blow-dry/straighten/excessive hair supply routine (and this is so not me), it kind of looks like a mullet. Thanks for reminding me to make an appointment ... with a different hairdresser ;)
Yes, I often do ... stupid ADHD ;-).
I know a lot of people named Steven.
One of the occupational hazards of being a teacher is knowing someone with pretty much any name. When I was pregnant with Belle, it was horrible trying to find a name that I didn't automatically associate with a former student.
I've actually had three students with Belle's real name, but she has kind of an unusual nickname derived from her name that is not common.
Oh, yes ... particularly derivatives of the f-word. It's kind of entertaining to fit it into every part of speech as well as the pluperfect tense and such ;)
No, I'm really not. I get really annoyed by inequality (like when people at work get ahead based on how they look in a skirt rather than the quality of their abilities), but it's not really "jealousy", just irritation.
"Not alone." Haha, have fun figuring that one out ;-)
Not sure ...I might well not leave the house at all today since I've got to plan the week for summer school, read, write, soak up the AC. I'll probably go walk on the beach, and I usually end up at the store for some reason or another.
Pythagorus, without a question.