At long last, the winner of my $75 Give Away is announced over here.
In other news, my husband and son went to dig snow caves today. They are digging them for next week's snow-cave camp out which they will also attend. The place where the snow caves are is two hours away. So yeah, that's pretty interesting and great!
What about my weekend "honey-do" list, you ask? Oh--don't make me laugh. In true MormonMommyBlogger form I think I'll just bake a gourmet cupcake today while I anticipate Mr. Faulconer's return. (Is my resentment showing? I'll just cover it with a vintage apron. Seriously--I've got like six of them.)
Last night I kept dreaming that I was really thirsty but I couldn't taste any of the water that I tried to drink. It didn't make a difference at all. This happens to me all the time because I get thirsty at night--especially when mouth breathing. As soon as I wake up I remember that it happens when I am thirsty in real life and I need to get a drink in real life. In other words, real thirst can not be quenched by dream water. I NEVER remember this when I'm dreaming though which makes me question whether a totem would mean anything at all to me in an Inception-like scenario.
Yesterday I got a haircut from Shep. Shep is very talented and even had new scissors for my haircut. It's kind of like a bob with jagged bangs. I'd post a picture but the bags under my eyes would betray my swine flu--which I keep joking about having but haven't been diagnosed with but really in my heart of hearts believe I have--so I'll spare you a picture until I look better or have an IV. It's a really great haircut because it looks like an awesome wig. When I'm an old lady I want to have a short, silver pixie cut and wear baggy but stylish and expensive gray knitwear with clogs and natural-looking pendants. I have entrusted Shep with the task of telling me when it's time. He is confident in his ability to gauge this for me, which I respect. He shows his confidence by unabashedly and really quite jauntily wearing a neckerchief pretty often.
Have a nice day. I know I will!