It’s seen better days, but I love an Accord hatchback. Liftback? Whatever you call it.
I got thermal nail polish for (myself for) Christmas and I’m utterly fascinated by it. Red is cold, opalescent is warm. I’m going to chip the hell out of it in very short notice but it would’ve been a constant red on my toenails.
Today was my last day at the job I’ve had for over a decade. I’m planning on some freelance work for a former manager, but the world is wide open now.
Ellie got 80-gazillion cat toys:
Most of my house is the same temperature and that’s never happened before! Also (gross picture after the leap) Ellie is recovering GREAT...I think she probably feels better than before her surgery.
Ellie is getting spayed on Tuesday and while she’s already being anesthetized the vet wants to amputate her nub-leg. She’s had a lot of trouble with it lately - it almost appears to have exposed bone on the end, but given how much pain she’s in if it’s touched I’m not looking close enough to verify.
Way off topic here:
Have any of y’all ever ordered from The Block Zone? Because holy crap those sets look amazing.
Being “management” (team lead? Whatever my position technically is?) as a severe introvert who is detail-oriented rather than big-picture seeing is exhausting.
Longyearbyen looks like a cute town.
But kind of creepy.
If you paint things to the wall (after you’ve screwed them in using a jet engine) you’re an asshole. There was plenty wrong with this house before you factor in the previous owners, but goddamn are they costing me time and money to fix their mistakes.
I have a bunch of LEGO Speed Champions sets but I usually don’t pay attention to the rest of the catalog. I saw these two sets as I was flipping through it today and I’m pretty impressed. They’re more pink than I would’ve gone for, even as a little girl, but they’re cool nonetheless.
Seems logical to me!
Together we visited at least ten states. We camped in Moab, Yellowstone, Theodore Roosevelt National Grasslands, Uncompaghre National Forest, and many Wyoming state parks. We visited Arches, the Badlands (of South AND North Dakota), Wall Drug, and the Unser Museum in Albuquerque.
Little late for fall colors but a fun few hours nonetheless.
I decided to try a salon near my office instead of driving 45 minutes to the stylist I usually see.
Let’s have our chat here.
A bathtub with wheels!