Monday, April 22, 2013

My Super Boring Saturday

My Super Boring Saturday:  I Have No Idea Why I'm Putting You Guys Through This

Last Saturday, Mike went to Virginia to golf with my dad.  My plans for the day fell through so I ended up at home, alone, with no car from 7:00am to 7:15pm.  I know I'm home alone every week day, but I usually have things to do; jobs to apply for, blogs to write, lunch to prepare for Mike, gym to go to, dinner to cook with Mike, etc.  Saturday, I had none of those.  Nothing.  I got nothing.

THIS is what I did all day.

I got up when Mike was leaving and discovered that he had already fed and walked the dogs (SCORE).
After he left, I drank a bunch of coffee and browsed Reddit.

The dogs were bored with me already at this point.

I ate far too many Panera scones (it was cheat day after all).
I looked like this for the majority of the morning.  Hobo chic ya'll.

I showered and "got ready."  I thought about wearing actual, real pants for about 30 seconds, but went with this instead.

I watched Waiting.  Because, I don't know, why not?

Then I watched 500 Days of Summer.  Because, JGL.  Duh.

Then I ordered Chinese food from this place and waited over an hour for them to g-damn deliver it.
It was totally worth it.  So I ate a massive amount of it.

I also got inappropriately excited that the Chinese food place delivered sodas.

Then I walked the dogs.  They pooped in case you were wondering.
Then I watched Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (one of my all time favorite movies).

Then I watched Memoirs of a Geisha.  Seriously, how all over the place were my movie choices?!

Then I made a bloody mary.

Then I fed the dogs and walked them again.  More poop.
Then Mike came home with a Panera Greek salad for me.  I ate it with some more Chinese food.  I couldn't help it.
Then tv, Mike time, bed.

Aren't you glad we're friends?

1 comment:

  1. This sounds amazing. And your movie choices were perfection. I've been wanting to re-watch Memoirs of a Geisha, 500 Days of Summer, and Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless mind. I'd like to add another day to my weekend to copy your day exactly. Well done.