Look what was waiting in my mailbox! A 30 Seconds Bunny fridge magnet from Karen! Have you ever laid eyes on anything more awesome? Karen, you are officially in my will. And that bunny and I rather share a similar physique, I think.
In other news, not two days after posting about how grateful I was to have miraculously maintained my mobility despite my parking lot shenanigans, I am already griping about how tired I am since my little sprain. I napped over the weekend! That word is simply not part of my lexicon, as I inevitably wake up groggy and disoriented. And yet I was surprisingly refreshed from my nap. What's going on?
I did go into work today, but left an hour early, not so much from foot pain, although I did want to make sure that I could still drive home before it ballooned up to zeppelin proportions, but because I was so frickin tired. I took all my stuff home with me and am officially working at home tomorrow. (yes, I am spoiled, no need to point that out)
But I plan to start work early, in my jammies, and by the time Eva gets rolling out of bed at the crack of noon, I will have put in enough hours that we can go out to a movie later in the afternoon.
Any suggestions for a good Tuesday afternoon flick?
Another thing that I haven't done, because I have been too busy being slothful, is review the Passionistas' debut release God's Boat. The Passionistas, if you are not familiar with them, are the highly original San Francisco band recently signed to our friend Will's shiny new record label, New and Used Records. Come back soon and I will tell you more. Cross my heart and hope to die, stick a needle in my eye.
Now I'm going to watch a repeat of the Office and take my big old foot to bed.