June 17, 2010

Not a day to skip on the caffeine

I don't have much to say today.

I slept in, because I was exhausted and mostly I just had some really weird dreams I wanted to finish (I have pretty good luck at finishing dreams, but that's a post for another time), so I decided to make a decaf frappe this morning, thinking I wouldn't need the boost. Big mistake. I over-overslept, so I feel like I'm dragging my feet all over the place. Thankfully, there is still one Coke left in the fridge. So I'll probably be attacking that with lunch and dinner. (I can usually make one mini-bottle last all day).

Anyway, since SoldierMan comes home tonight, I need to use all my energy to finishing laundry and cleaning the house...and exercising...yuk...so I'm just going to leave you with the

Picture of the Day:

This is our bedroom's entertainment center. We don't have a DVD player in that room, so when we want to watch DVDs or Netflix streaming, we plug in SoldierMan's laptop, because it has an HDMI output....anyway, so whenever we plug it in, SoldierMan always swoons over the computer display on the big TV..."Wouldn't it be awesome to have a computer monitor this size?" It cracks me up every time.

And yes, that's Chuck. :) It's what I've been "working on" while SoldierMan's out. I can't help it, I love Casey.
Which brings me to my Chuck-inspired Question of the Day:

If you were on a deserted island, what kind of sandwich would you bring?

6 comments:

  1. About the dream thing...I do that ALL the time.....I hope they get home early tonight!!!!

    Oh and the sandwich thing....it'd have to be a blackened grouper sandwich from this place we go to in Florida....I know, really specific, but if I'm on a deserted island it better be a damn good sandwich!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Ben doesn't have a TV in his room so when want to watch a movie we put the laptop on a shelf. hahaha

    ReplyDelete
  3. I TRY to finish my dreams all the time! I don't have much luck usually, so I'm glad that you do!!!

    My sandwich of choice would be a tuna melt, with pepperjack cheese, in a pita pocket. Yep!

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'll take a chicken salad, made with yogurt (not mayo - yuck!), with halved grapes, chopped walnuts, cranberries, small apple slices, and of course, the shredded chicken.

    That actually sounds like dinner. To the grocery store I go!

    ReplyDelete
  5. A roast beef/turkey sandwich from Togos which I think they only have in California.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Julie, the AW, they have Togo's in Oregon too!!! I definitely went there post-21st birthday (my recovery effort). Now you've made me hungry!!! :D

    ReplyDelete

I was nice and didn't turn on word verifications. Please reciprocate by having your reply-to email set and not posting anonymously.