The good ol’ fashioned blahs……

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December 6, 2012 by Lisa Lou

Oh my God my people, I need a great big shot of energy in my ass. Seriously, I don’t know what’s going on but I have absolutely NO motivation. None. Zero. Zip. Nada. This week has been one great big long blah-fest. I half-assed cleaned the kitchen today and I picked up the bathroom. That’s it. That’s my list of accomplishments. I don’t know what the hell is going on, but it better stop, and fast. I mean, as you know, I’m lazy enough as it is. I spend half my time wasting it and the other half making up for all that I’ve wasted. I can’t handle wasting all of my time because that doesn’t leave any time for making up for it. And tomorrow is FRIDAY!. Ugh.

Because I didn’t do anything today, I don’t have anything to tell you about. I spent the day with my boys eating junk food and watching movies. I call that quality time so I guess I shouldn’t feel too guilty about wasting the day. I don’t. But I will come tomorrow when I get to spend the whole day cleaning. The WHOLE day. Joy.

We still haven’t decorated for Christmas, but hey, there’s always the weekend. I can’t believe I’ve put it off this long. Actually, I can’t believe the kids have let me put it off this long. They’re usually begging to put the tree up as soon as Thanksgiving is over. Maybe I’ll get to it after the cleaning-fest tomorrow. Yeah, right.

I am almost done shopping. Everyone knows that shopping is the best part of Christmas. Right? I love it. I can’t help it. Shopping is like my drug. I love it in all its forms, but Christmas shopping is my favorite. It would be a lot easier if I could figure out what to get my dad, but that doesn’t stop me from loving it all the same. The kids are done, and that’s the big one. I’m sure I’ll think of something for my daddy before too long. If not, I’ll get him a stack of books like I do every other year.

The kids had the day off school today. As I’ve said before, I love our school district. They closed so that faculty and students could attend the funeral of our teacher. I gave my kids the option of attending, but they are still kind of in shock about the whole thing and decided against it. I still cannot believe that this really happened. Maybe I’m a little in shock as well.

I’m off to bed, maybe I’ll actually do something tomorrow and have something more exciting to share.


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