Monday, April 15, 2013


I would also just like to point out that the meteorologists said it wasn't even going to rain until noon. Yet somehow, it's been snowing since about six a.m. WTF? It's really starting to feel like someone is playing a joke or doing a mean experiment on us. As in, how much more f-ing crazy will people become when the advent of spring is teased and then retracted?

What's the weather like where you are? Oh yah, and don't laugh too hard over our snow if you live in Kansas, Iowa, Ohio, or Illinois. You're prolly going to get f-ed with snow later this week. (OK, I just crossed the line into bitter, didn't I?)

But seriously, I am four months pregnant this week and have probably just a few short weeks before my clothes aren't going to fit me anymore. I _need_ for summer to come so I can wear dresses and skirts, people!

In other news, the weekend was good but went unpictured. As you might recall, Friday night turned into an early evening at home. Saturday was slightly more busy, as I went to my class at the gym, drove down to Denver to have lunch with my friend Agniezska, and then drove back to Boulder to have dinner with David and our friends Julia and Brian.

On Sunday it was my plan to sleep in, but instead I woke up around 6:30 a.m. Oh well. David and I took a nice hike with Haruki, after which I went to the grocery store, came home, and spent the rest of the day watching movies and reading childbirth stories online. (BTW, holy f#@%!)

One other highlight? We took this picture of Haruki and sent it to our neighbors:

Apparently they had caught several mice but were leaving on vacation, so Haruki helped them out and carried their bag full of dead mice around (outside) for awhile. She's so mischievous!

*What did you pee on this weekend?


  1. Turns out I am checking your blog before looking out the window. Which I now don't need to do anymore, because it'll be white and unpleasant. Ugh.

  2. I did NOT pee on anything other than a toilet this weekend. I know, such a boring life. And Haruki looks so ashamed in that photo! My dog hasn't stolen mice yet but she does like to chase the neighbors horses and get them all agitated.

    I am hoping that it all turns into rain by the time it reaches the Midwest. My boots are just begging to be packed away but I don't want to tempt fate.

    1. I'll cross my fingers you get rain. However, because we have gotten around ten inches today with more expected tonight, I'd say it would be wise to keep your boots out and accessible:-(