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I don’t think my sense of humor has ever matured past age twelve. As evidenced by an entire weekend making ‘caulk’ jokes around the house. And this picture I took of Charlie. I told her she was “such a bum.”
Har har. What this means (aside from losing my mind) is I’m hard at work on interior and exterior projects using said goo, but both are somewhat boring until I can actually start slapping paint over the caulked areas. So instead, I’ll show you another funny picture I took recently of Mom – my parents, sister and I went bowling for Father’s Day:
We all had a good time.
In other news, I have this week off of school due to the July 4th holiday. I am very glad to have a break, since this is how I spent my Friday evening when I should have been at the Braves game watching Atlanta retire Chipper Jones’ jersey. Sniff.
That’s campus. We had another lengthy presentation due Saturday morning, so we spent Friday cooped up in one of the study rooms to get things hashed out. When we left, I snapped this pic. Bright side: the sunset was incredibly beautiful, and the breeze reminded me that summer is still here, even if I don’t get to enjoy it as much. Also, I no longer feel that afraid when speaking to people in public. It’s something I’ve had a lot of anxiety about for a long time, so I’m glad that grad school has given me some new confidence.
But then again, there are missed baseball games.
So, if you only had one full weekend of summer, what would you do? How would you suggest I spend it?