Sunday, November 16, 2008

This weekend has been pretty nice.  Yesterday was rainy and icky outside, so Patrick and I had pajama day.  We watched TV and I worked on gifts.  Patrick also got some tile measured which he cut today so I will be laying tile this week (yay!).  I told Patrick that for Christmas, all I want is the floor downstairs and the downstairs bathroom to be completely finished.  Of course, this means a ton of work for me, but since I am not allowed to use the tile saw, I depend on Patrick to cut the tile for me so I can lay it and grout.  In case you are wondering, I am not allowed to use the tile saw because I am a klutz and I most recently almost glued my pants and underwear to my butt.  A wet saw with flying shards of ceramic is just tempting fate.

Weight Watchers is going OK.  I am finally getting used to it.  The good thing is that I haven't been hungry.  I pretty much can eat whatever I want provided I watch my points.  I've made it almost into a game to see how I can eat tons of food with the least amount of points.  The key is fruits and veggies.  I don't know why I can't do this not in a program, but hey, whatever works, right?

About my previous post, I know it wasn't very well written or cohesive.  I just want to reiterate how AWESOME my grandma is.  She really is incredible and even the most eloquently written praise of her could not convey the awesomeness which is my grandma.  

2 comments:

Lauria @ Brackenbury Lane said...

I like snuggle at home days. Today was mostly like that, but then I had to go out and do laundry by myself. Boo Hiss.

Please stay away from the tile saw. You need all your fingers for typing blog posts!

If weight watchers just sold the little booklet that tells about points then they wouldn't make as much money. But I suppose having a support group to keep you on track is important, too.

Heather Wardell said...

Good job on the weight watchers! Whatever works - don't worry about why you didn't do it on your own. You're doing it now, and that's what counts!

This vacation is basically all snuggle days. Am LOVING it. :)