1.) Hide yo' kids, hide yo' wife! Dishes have learned to reproduce! In the month since I got my job, every time I come home, there is a sink full of dishes...even though I swear I just washed them the day before!
|Not my house...I swear. But it could be... via|
|Also not my house...but you get the idea. via|
4.) I still hate cooking.
5.) Weekends are still too short.
6.) There is a lot more laundry to do when you are employed. It's one thing to wear the same outfit two days in a row in front of your puppy, it's a totally different story when you actually have to see people.
|Ok so my pile isn't THAT bad... via|
7.) It's really easy to slip back into old habits. For example: LoLo and I were basically going out for dinner once or twice a month when I was unemployed. In the weeks since I've been employed, we've been going once or twice a week.
8.) There is not enough time in the week to watch all of the shows I DVR (apparently DVR is a verb now) unless I sit in front of the television all weekend.
9.) Bronx is just fine without me being home all day. He has a bff at Doggie Daycare named Brutus. If I told you there were two dogs named Bronx and Brutus, would you ever guess they were tiny yorkies?
|Aren't they tough?|
10.) I was wrong about not being ready to go back to work. The supervisors I've worked with have been really impressed with how I work. They are loving my organizational skills. My transition has been relatively easy.
Yay for almost working for a whole month! I think this is the start of a wonderful thing!
p.s. Happy 85th birthday to my Noni! Even though she'll probably never read this, I want the world to know how much I love her and hope she enjoys her day!