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Today was a laundry day!
I do like doing laundry. But when I do it, I take it seriously.
I mean…is it a guy thing? How can someone put all of those colors into one laundry load?! My stomach actually did a flip thinking about it.
I admit, I am more eccentric about organization than other people…but have I just been ignorant to this commonplace occurrence all my life?
I have, what they call in Korea, a “dog nose.”
In other words, I have a very strong sense of smell. And today it made itself very clear that I did.
But seriously…I could not have been the only one who smelled it. It was one of the worst farts I have ever smelled. My eyes were watering.
So why was I the only one gagging in the corner?
Either my sense of smell is that far beyond everyone else’s, or I just have the worst poker face in the world.
Nevertheless, I felt like a crazy person for being the only one reacting to that nastiness today.
When it comes to coffee, I will never turn a cup down.
Started to make me wonder…how will they top the ridiculousness that is the 31-oz “Trenta?”
A “Cuarenta?” “Ochenta?” “Waterboardingenta?”
Either way, it’s not going to be pretty.
I dunno. I think that I’ll still try a Trenta…someday…
…you know. If I’m planning on never sleeping again. Or peeing non-stop. Non. Stop.
As Mini-Grace will demonstrate, I have a Saturday morning ritual/routine that I perform without fail.
Sorry about the lack of updates this week. Things have been super crazy at work, but it’s the weekend now! Yay~
Once I was decently covered, I went to the bank, dropped off my dry cleaning, went to the car wash, vacuumed out my car, went grocery shopping, grabbed another coffee, found an awesome parking spot in front of my apartment, wrote a couple of e-mails, drew the comic, and am now getting ready to go to the gym.
If I could spend all of my Saturdays like I did today, I would.
How would you spend your ideal Saturday?
As I jogged to the parking lot, I stopped in my tracks when I saw a block of ice sitting where I my car used to be.
Okay. Boring story, but just thought I’d share~
What I learned is the following:
- Wear long pants when going to de-ice your car.
- Clear your front and rear windshields before turning on your car’s heat. Don’t want a reprise of what happened in NY to occur.
- When you do turn on your heat, crack the front two doors open slightly. This will allow some circulation and prevent too much of an intense heat buildup to occur too quickly in your vehicle. The escaping heat will also help in de-icing your side windows.
- Be safe when getting to and from your car. Don‘t wipe out like I did.