celebrating 45 years of "meh"

January 20, 2003 – evening
January 20, 2003 – afternoon
January 20, 2003 – morning

January 20, 2003 – evening

A rather uneventful day. I did go to the gym — did 1.64 miles in 25 minutes. Also did 12 assisted chinups and 20 stomach crunches. After which I took a shower and decided I wanted to get Virginia Woolf’s “Mrs. Dalloway” but B&N was out! (gasp!) So I consoled myself w/a Toffee Nut Latte. Skipped dinner, which I know is bad, but I wasn’t hungry after the cookies and such.

Played TSO for a bit and started a new Sim — Audrey Rose.
That’s the name of my future daughter, if/when I ever get my act together. She’s a slender redhead. NOW, I go to bed, determined to razzle-dazzle South Jersey’s BEST Newspaper tomorrow.

January 20, 2003 – afternoon

Home…today was just a stressful day. 🙁 I did get done the Hot Jobs, Parenting Today and Taste of Home. I was overlooked for a Rising Star award — our whole department was. (sigh)

I did have a brownie just now, and am waiting for John’s phone call of doom, requiring me to go to the gym to do unpleasant things.

January 20, 2003 – morning

Only a few moments to write:

Wt: No weigh-in until tomorrow.
Mood: Productive
Work docket: Busy day. Did the Ingle column update, will do Hot Jobs, January Parenting Today, a section on building and trade employment, a change to Taste of Home, and MAYbe do some work on recipes if I have time left.
Lunch plans: Brought Lean Cuisine Beef something-or-other
Afternoon: Head to gym w/John, continue laundry. (I hate laundry…it makes me cross)
Evening: Assemble/install shoe rack, and MAYbe run out and pick up a book.

Am I the only person who thinks it’s wrong that the majority of people who get the day off on these holidays are kids, who don’t work anyway? I think your average working Jane (non-government employee) would appreciate the message behind a holiday much more if it wasn’t just like every other Monday. Just a thought.

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