Dishing with Dee…Oh Joy, it’s Monday…

06 Apr

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Pretty sure like most adults, I dread Sunday nights because that means that the dastardly Monday is just a few hours away. Don’t get me wrong, I love my job (well, for the most part), but there is just something about going back to work after two days off (even if those two days happen after 5 normal work days). I just feels like I never have enough time – by the time I squeeze in a couple of workouts; try to visit with friends (I went to see Home this past weekend with a friend and her daughter) and then tackle the mountains of laundry (although I’m still not sure how I end up with so much, being that I am single)…

This weekend was the tackle all the laundry that needed to be folded weekend – I do a pretty good job in keeping up to date on actually washing my clothes, but the time suck that is folding them, I just never seem to have time – I’m normally a grab and go (grab the first clean thing off the pile, iron and go) and then once a month or so, I actually fold all the other stuff (mostly when I run out of socks to wear). So I put on The Imitation Game (with the fabulous Benedict Cumberbach) – if you haven’t watched this yet and like historical drama movies, I highly recommend and proceeded to fold away. Let’s just say by the time I was done, it was amazing that I actually still had clothes in my dresser left to wear from the piles that were on the couch…hehe!

But alas my weekend chores were finished and it was time to get ready for work today…here’s hoping this week is great 😉

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Posted by on April 6, 2015 in Dishing with Dee


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One response to “Dishing with Dee…Oh Joy, it’s Monday…

  1. Lance

    April 6, 2015 at 1:03 pm

    Well, I couldn’t complain about Sunday night. It was a nice weekend as I drove up to NH – almost 5 hours from my NY location- to attend the baptism of my granddaughter on Saturday. I got to see both of my sons together for the first time in nearly two years. While I keep in touch frequently with both, it isn’t often that I see them both in the same area. I also unexpectedly became Zoe’s godfather as my daughter-in-law, in her preparations for the ceremony, overlooked the small detail of asking someone to be the godfather.

    When I got back from NH, it was just in time to have Easter dinner with my wife and sister-in-law, along with a couple of friends and that was nice as well. Then, before I fell asleep, there was NO WAY I was going to miss the first baseball game of the new season. Didn’t matter that I wasn’t much of a fan of either team – it was baseball that counts and just for that alone – it was a Sunday night I didn’t mind at all that I am working the next day!


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