Saturday, November 08, 2008

I woke up Patrick at 9am this morning and told him he needs to get up and take me out for breakfast.  We had a nice breakfast together and we are having a movie date tonight.  We are going to see Zack and Miri Make a Porno.

This afternoon my bra was so painful I picked up and went to a lingerie shop to get fitted for some new bras.  I was wearing a full band size and cup size too small.  Now I have really really pretty Prima Donna bras.  Very expensive, but I probably won't ever go to a less expensive model if these work out for me like I believe they will.  Being the size I am, it is very difficult to find something pretty and supportive.  

Patrick started working on installing the microwave over the stove today.  When he pulled out the hood we discovered that the contractors that built our house just busted a hole in the wall to wire the hood in place instead of wiring an outlet box into the cabinet above as they were supposed to.  As we are working on the house, we are discovering all the shoddy work that was done on the house which is making our work more expensive.  Thanks guys!

4 comments:

Melissa said...

Ouch, sorry that you have to fix things that should have been done in the first place. We purchased our home brand new but were not involved with the building process (things happened and the original people couldn't purchase it) so I can only imagine what it will be like for us when we decide to do other things.

~Fraggle

tangletale said...

It takes a great foundation to support a great woman. I'm a firm believer in getting the best bra you can.

Lauria @ Brackenbury Lane said...

I love that you woke Patrick up with demands for breakfast! :) Sounds like a good time.

A good bra is so important. I want to go get a bra fitting, but I think I'm too shy. When I can shell out some money for a good bra, then I'll go for a fitting!

Michelle said...

Yes, a good bra can be a lifesaver! (or a backsaver, as the case may be.) I feel for you on the house. Every time we try to fix something in our house, we have to rip it down to the bare bones and start from scratch because they fubarred everything together. NOTHING is set to "industry standard." Drives DH crazy! --from CLF group on Rav