The husband has been home for a little over 24 hours and he’s checking things off the list of things that need to be worked on at the house.
I asked for a light above the washer and dryer in the garage because it is dark and you can’t see what you’re doing. ✔️ DONE
Oil needed to be changed in the car ✔️ DONE
He’s started working on his plan for taming and bringing the yard back to life. Now this is not one I care about. Seriously, I need to live in the desert where grass and landscaping aren’t a thing. Rocks no vegetation that’s how I roll.
We looked for some shelving for the master bath and bedroom, but didn’t find what we were looking for. So, that search will continue.
We did however find the pieces we needed for our shower. Somehow the previous owners lost the metal piece that sits behind the knobs for the hot and cold water. So yeah we had a knob and then a hole in the tiled wall of our shower so water can get in there and not be so good. Finally found pieces that we hope will work. We shall see.
Got a new strainer for the kitchen sink drain, because the one we had didn’t really work well.
Of course the poor man has a list a mile long of things here and there that need to be fixed. Outlets, lots of outlet work needs to be done.
I will say this its good to be married to someone who is super handy and can fix just about anything.
Tonight was Game 2/Week 2 of Kickball season. And, well we are loving it!!!!
We picked up some new team members tonight which is awesome and fun. Along with the new team members we were all back for another week.
We played an amazing game tonight. We worked well together and got some quick outs. Along with that we were kicking some a$$ on the offense side of things too.
Our players were listening to the base coaches, and working on strategy to move the players along the bases.
Highlights of the night: I made it on base!!!!! Whoooo. I managed to kick one over the pitcher’s head right into the open space. Not only did I get on base but it sent a runner home to score. My second “at bat” I didn’t make it to the base but I did advance the runner into scoring position, so hey that’s a good thing.
I wasn’t the only one excited about making it on base Shellee was ecstatic as well. We had a couple of girls score some runs and place some nice bunts and good solid kicks.
Each week I think the time I have at kickball, (okay excuse the completely grammatically incorrect word I’m throwing out here), funner time than I did the week before.
Yes, I know I just used the word funner, okay it’s not a word but I used and put in a disclaimer before doing so.
We’ve already decided we are signing up for Spring season because hey this sh*t is fun. And, I’m meeting some fun interesting people.
Our social coordinator is a blast, she is a complete riot and a lot of fun and has all sorts of stuff she’s planning to make it a more social event, well even more social than it already is.
The members on the team I’m on are a lot of fun to be around and hang out with and its a night out be active and social with a bunch of people who just want to have some fun.
Oh did I mention we put one in the ole Win column tonight.
Spent the day at the water park. Fresh air water and sun. It was a great day. Now however, it’s 8:30 and I’m ready to crash.
It’s going to be an early night tonight. I have a busy couple of days coming up so sleep will be needed tonight.
Second kickball game is tomorrow night. Not going to lie pretty excited about it.
Yup, totally did this today:
I’m pretty sure tomorrow morning I’ll be waking up to some more colorful skin on my leg. You can’t really tell from the photo but it’s already starting to bruise.
Well at least my arms are bruise free for the moment.
Some people are just plain down right exhausting. I can not wait till tomorrow afternoon when I won’t have to deal with this person any longer.
I realized today that I really can’t deal with emotionally draining people. Because, dang they suck the life right out of you.
And, add in the calls and texts at all weird hours and it makes for a very exhausted me.
Here’s hoping tomorrow is a little less dramatic, exhausting, and draining.