my only reason why

November 5, 2018 | View Comments

We’ve had some majorly annoying internet issues lately. Things started with it going in and out like a flash. Then it started staying out longer and longer. We’ve had the router replaced twice, indoor wires replaced and tightened, and the outdoor connection redone. Forgive my misuse of the lingo. Anyway, we have been texting a supervisor who seems sort of committed to getting this resolved, so that’s hopeful. The last thing I heard was that they’re tracking interference but aren’t sure where it’s coming from. So they need to figure that out somehow. That’s all irritating in and of itself, but then there’s the miscommunication that happens with these appointments. Saturday was when they were coming to redo the wires to the house, but they showed up with a third router. Ugh. I wish we’d have a higher priority or some such because Mark works there, but no such luck.

Speaking of Mark, he’s been talking about putting the house back together after Oliver’s next vet visit in two weeks. This inorganization is getting to him now too! Yay! As long as the cat tower stays in the kitchen, Oliver should be ready at that point to handle the height of the rest of the sunroom’s furniture. So if he still is making such good progress and they still agree with what they said he can and cannot do, we will probably start getting everything put back the way it was. And that will certainly help out my mindset some.

As for Oliver, yesterday was his best day since he came home from his hospital stay. Mark says he really turned a corner, and I totally agree! He was moving around more and was so, so playful. Even his little kitty face looked like he felt so much better. Seeing him like this and knowing he will have more days like this is such a huge relief!

Mark has always talked about growing a moustache for Movember. This year he’s committed to actually doing it since it’s about raising awareness of men’s health and he has cancer. It’s just a moustache, but I think he looks ridiculous. The beard look is fine on him, but this just makes him look like a creepy bastard, like he owns a white van and sits outside of schoolyards. I understand and support its significance, of course. Maybe I should grow mine out too?

What I am definitely going to do, though, is get my eyebrows microbladed again. You can’t even tell I got it done the first time because it’s so faded. I’d really like to get them done before his parents come so I don’t look so washed out. Even with all that’s going on, I’m still ridiculously self-absorbed and vain. At least something is staying the same during all this upheaval, I guess.



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