ďOur deeds determine us, as much as we determine our deeds.Ē - Mary Ann Evans
I had a lovely, relaxing weekend with my man. A few nice meals out on the town, breakfast with friends, some shopping, some billiards and a birthday party, some naughty play-time. Some more shopping, and then even naughtier play-time. Sigh, so nice.
Such a relaxing few days, Iím ready for the week! And, it just so happens itís a short week! Oh, joy! I canít wait for the party on Wednesday. I AM getting an award, right? Ah, Iíll have fun regardless (those who know me know that Iím just saying this). The Golden Fez Awards, best of 2003! I wonder what those freaks will do. Oh, what fun!
These next two weeks are going to FLY by, so I need to manage my time wisely. I have homework to do and a trip to New York to get ready for! All before the 6th! See, January 6 I have work all day and school all night and we are taking off at 6-something on the morning of January 7. Doesnít leave much time for last-minute preparations. But Iím SO excited! I will see my aunts and uncle, and perhaps even snow. Plus, I will get to stand by my man as the spotlight illuminates him in the Big Apple. What more could you ask of a January getaway? Ah, yes, the soaking tub. Mmm, bubbles! Bubbles! Bubbles!
Iím in a fine mood. My new outfit is sweet and my shoes are bitchiní. Iíve got a new book to read and a week to do two weeks of homework (she can do it!) I am digging my new iPod speakers, AND my new iPod! M.s. is so thoughtful. I donít have to take earphones off every time I stand up now! I can move about my office freely, with music playing along on those adorable little speakers, with my adorable, new little iPod propped between them. Mmmm, propped.
M.s. saved me this morning when he brought the plug for my speakers that I left at his place. Whew! To think, a day without my new toy!!! Unheard of. One more little thing before I let you go. I couldnít agree more with my horoscope today:
Do something for yourself that you enjoy but usually never get around to doing, like having a massage or lingering in a bubble bath. The nicer you are to yourself, the nicer other people will be to you.
Yeah, I think I can handle that sage advice. Itís true, you know. People treat you proportionately to how you seem to treat yourself. Think about that. Iíve got to sing along to this one...