Winning the Lottery

I walked to the dealership this morning – three miles or so – I could’ve gotten a ride, but I had nothing else to do, so I walked. It was really nice – warm and sunny with a great breeze. I talked to Jen for a long time. I retrieved my car, then went to Friar Tuck’s – it was a liquor wonderland! I need to win the lottery so I can go on random spending sprees. On the top of my random lottery winning spending spree list:

  • wine – before I moved I was going to have a cellar. Now I just have two bottles on a shelf.
  • lingerie – I’m seized with the desire to buy a lot of pretty silky lacy things.
  • sandals – two pairs from last summer are now defunct, plus I need flip-flops.
  • new jeans – hip huggers?

Anyway, got out of there with one bottle of wine – Evolution, which has hella great packaging and was advertised as a good choice for Easter (appreciate the irony, kids) – and Skyy vodka cosmo mix. Tasty. I had big plans to play in the park, but I ended up online talking with Jen for a while, then napped for hours and hours – from 3-7. I kept stirring from sleep, thinking I should go play outside, then snuggling back down into my bed.

And tonight? Ice cream and movies and a cosmo. The cats are asleep next to me. I was hoping to hear from the boy, but I probably won’t until he gets home. I’m going to watch He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not (I heart Audrey Tautou) and maybe The Thomas Crown Affair (love it). Tomorrow the girls and I might go to breakfast, then I will have laundry and reading in the park. I wish I could take a photo of the view from my bed – all sunshine and green. It makes me smile so much.

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