My fella and I have switched our grocery shopping day to Saturday instead of Sunday because we want our Sundays to be more relaxed. This weekend that just couldn’t happen since yesterday was a super busy day with the Monster Walk.
The Spooktacular events in town have me excited and also pretty tired. I’m commuting daily this semester (as opposed to previous semesters where I commute four days a week). It seems as though as soon as I arrive home, it’s time for bed. In reality, I have an hour and a half to make dinner and get myself ready for bed. Busy weekends let me let go some of the steam but since I'm an adult, there is still chores to do.
On Sundays, I pack my lunches for the week thanks to a suggestion that Professor Z made connected to Bat Fit. This has helped me take back what little time I have to my weeknights. I’ve changed my semester focus of losing weight to simply not gaining any. In that way, I’m trying to be nicer to myself. ((Self coaching: Breathe Sharon... you can make it through this year))
At least if we have to go shopping on Sunday, it was nice to have the spooky reusable bags for our groceries. I have two with Abigail Larson designs and recently I picked up a few with Halloweeny designs. These are from Target. Because our local Target is right next to one of our grocery stores, we went there first today. I found the best Halloween flask. My fella has his own flask that he loves but I’ve never found the right one (size and decoration). I think this one will do :D
My lunches are packed. Tomorrow while many Americans will be staying home to *celebrate* *Columbus Day*, I’ll be catching the train since it's a regular school day for us. The regular commuter trains don’t run on federal holidays so I paid a bit more to ride Amtrak from my town straight into Washington, D.C. No driving tomorrow! Yay! And I get to walk a mile to and from the train station which will be nice.
Hope you all had a great weekend! Let’s toast to a great week!