Today I’m grateful for:
1) the cooler weather
2)the pink sweater I was finally able to wear today (thanks cool weather!)
3)today’s therapy session
4)my wonderful boyfriend—who laid in bed with me while I was nursing my migraine this afternoon and who later went to the store to buy me some migraine medicine
5)the fact that the migraine medicine worked
6)the fact that my parent’s house did not sustain any major damage during Ike
7)my new chest of drawers
8)the fact that my parents assembled my new chest of drawers
HE called me up out of the blue and took me out for ice cream, and I’ve been smiling ever since. Because of today I now think that he might perhaps like me back.
It’s easy to be happy today.
It’s hard to be happy at this particular moment because our family dog died yesterday. She was old and sick, so her death wasn’t unexpected, but it’s still so hard. My heart hurts. I’ve lost other pets before, but for some reason, Chelsea’s death is hitting me particularly hard. There is something I’m grateful for though:
Chelsea was blessed with eighteen years of life, fourteen of which I and my family were priveleged to share with her.
I saw Marie Antoinette today—and it was really good.
Today was the first Saturday in months that I didn’t have to work. It was fabulous.
I bought some cute new jeans today.
I found a $60 jacket on sale for $19.99. It’s happily hanging in my coat closet, even as I write this.
That I can sleep in tomorrow—for the third day in a row.
the fact that I was able to sleep in this morning
the fact that I’ll be able to sleep in on Saturday morning
a fun night out seeing Shakespeare with my friends
tomorrow’s Star Trek: TOS marathon on tv
my clean kitchen
I only have one paper left to grade
I predicted, correctly I might add, who won Project Runway
I was accepted into my study abroad program today
I wore a really cute skirt today
sleeping in this morning
turing in my study abroad application
my clean kitchen
sitting on my couch and playing the Sims 2 for a couple of hours this afternoon
my new sweater