Time to break down my week for you - in detail!
What a week it has been... VERY busy at work with reports and what not, and at home - just a bit of a roller coaster. Not in a bad way, but in a polishing the stone way.
All is well in our little kingdom. Sunday, the egyptian and I relaxed at home most of the morning, following a late night with friends. We ended up inviting two girls from my writer's group, "See Jane Write." I promised them yummy egyptian food... and lo and behold, the egyptian provided. I wish I could pronounce or even spell the main dish, alas, I cannot.
|Shemika & Tamika|
So Sunday, I finished cleaning up from our evening and just relaxed. Later the egyptian treated me to a movie, "Jumping The Broom" and then pizza. The movie was cute, and the pizza was okay. Of course, we hurried home so I could catch the Real Housewives. ;-)
Monday - Wednesday at work (and at home) was a blue. Reports - Reports - Reports. I do remember finishing The Tudors, Season 4 and falling madly in love with Henry Cavill. But other than that.. those 3 days were a blur.
By Thursday, my body was decompressing from a stressful work week, and I had a blazing headache. I sort of chilled out at home and watched multiple episodes of Ally McBeal. A little laughter mixed with a dose of Motrin made me right as rain.
|Laura, Veda Jane & Jamie|
This evening I relaxed at Starbucks with my English friend, Julie. She suffered through my obsession with The Tudors, and we talk quite a bit about England. I was trying to talk her into being my personal tour guide soon. ;-)
Here I am - 10:30pm, and chilling at the house. I got home about an hour ago, and apparently the egyptian went out with friends, but accidentally left his phone here. Oops.
|Me & Veda Jane|
All in all - I give it an A+.
As for stuff - I am obsessed with Beats Antique. Never heard of them? Well - I downloaded tons of their music to my Ipod.
Also - I started a new book, "The Rise and Fall of Alexandria. Birthplace of the Modern World." A little book based on my husband's hometown.. and possibly my future home - one day. It's fascinating.