Monday, December 10, 2012

Our Sunday- an hour by hourish documentation

I feel like it was just the other day that I did one of these "A day in my highly exciting life as told through pictures", yet here I am doing it again. The cool kids are all doing it so I decided to join in. Translation: I broke under the peer pressure. Unlike previous posts, all pictures were taken with my phone which explains the sometimes superb subpar quality. 

9:00~ Putting on my face for the day. (Laura introduced me to Bare Minerals and I love it. Christopher probably loves what it does too.)
10:00~ Attending Sunday school in my kaleidoscope/psychedelic dress.   
11:00~ Waiting for church to begin. My friend (he is not yet aware we are friends) Ken the Commander wasn't there. This is only noteworthy to me and probably Ken's wife. (No one needs to remind me that I am married. I am merely very interested in Ken's life because he's commander of a large group of soldiers and I have a GREAT and very well documented fascination with such people.) 
12:22~ Contrary to what the clock says, it was 12:22 when we left church, not 7:22. The clock always says the wrong time and we don't know how to fix it. We have to add 5 to the hour whenever we want to know the time. We've spent some precious moments of our life trying to figure out the time.   
1:00~ We stopped at the mall on the way home and I found the perfect gift for that special man in your life.
2:00~ We bought some German cashews before we left the mall. They are so tasty. (For the record, I don't believe the cashews themselves are German. I think it's probably the special seasoning that's German. I hate when I feel the need to clarify what doesn't need to be clarified.) 
3:00~ I bought a package of festive red napkins for 90% off at Hobby Lobby. We quickly discovered they are not absorbant in the least, so we have to turn them inside out in order for them to work. I'd be willing to bet that's why they were 90% off.
 4:25~ I laid down for a "quick" nap. It was delightful. 
5:00~ Watched a video about a man who keeps people from jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. I'm all about saving lives, but that job would stress me out.
6:00~ My father in law came by for supper and we took him out to an Indian restaurant. I didn't order the angara because I enjoy eating for pleasure, not pain.
7:00~ Gingerbread house decorating. Jenn bought one at Target during our trip there last week so I bought one too. Again with the peer pressure. 
8:00~ Snuggles on the couch in front of the Christmas tree.
I hope your Sunday was full of happiness and lacking in the refolding of paper napkins.


Jen said...

I love the play by play Sunday. Haha it took us forever to figure out how to change the time in my car. lol.

Kate @ Daffodils said...

Sounds like a perfect sunday to me!

Jenn said...

Honestly, I know quite a few men who could benefit from a quality pair of spanx. Thank you, Governor's Square Mall, for carrying the products that I need the most.

Trish said...

I have no idea how to change the time in our car so I make Ryan do it. If he ever dies or leaves me I'm totally in a pickle.