- accidently put my frozen bread in the microwave on defrost WITH the metal twist tie still on. (that was a fun mess to clean up)
- mattress surfing down the stairs of my apartment building
- getting hit by a car on my bike (don't freak I walked away with nothing but a scratch. i'm superwoman)
- watching movies
- making no smoking signs and hanging them in the equipment garage hoping the installers will get a hint :) sidenote: i don't hate people who smoke, i hate the SMELL of cigarette smoke. just thought I should add that tidbit of information to cover my bases... you can never be too careful... I hate accidently offending people.
- finally located the channel So You Think You Can Dance is on, on the office's satellite haha... and was taught how to use the DVR... for the 2nd time. hooray!! I can finally partake of SYTYCD's fabulous-ness. I was terribly distraught over missing this season.
- going to movies
- substituting primary classes
- good indian food
- did i mention movies? (we watch alot of movies here)
- not so good 4th of july parades with the not so good pink bubblegum. you know the kind i'm talking about? the kind that loses its flavor after about 3 seconds... and gets so hard that it takes all the strength your jaw can muster to chew... and leaves the most horrendous after-taste that you have no choice but to keep popping in new pieces.... every 15 seconds? yeah thats the candy that they throw out in Windsor Heights Iowa. If you happened upon getting a tootsie roll it was like Christmas.
me and Ki. STILL waiting for the parade to start. we were glad we didn't show up early!
yay! the parade is finally here! might I also mention that this was the only float in the entire parade... yeah it was really a sad line-up. Mostly fire trucks and cars that had company logos on them haha.
The excited little school-boy gathering the candy in his plastic sack
"here kids! I'm out of candy, but you can have all my flyers and garbage"
Ki's sad face that all they are throwing out is gross bubblegum and Windsor Heights zipcode signs.