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Monday, June 08, 2009

Today is Sunday and yesterday was pay day. I want to go to the store today and buy a new swimsuit. How reasonable is that?

But here is the thing. If I don't do my laundry on Sunday then my life starts crumbling the rest of the week. More specifically, if I don't get my white shirts for deli job on the hanger with the pants that I plan to wear with the shirt and apron, well then, I'll be late for work on Friday.

Well, if I don't go out to buy a swimsuit, then I want to go to the grocery store. Hm....the only thing is, already today, I had a piece of chicken that was frozen in a baggie that I nuked, and there was an ear of corn that I also nuked. Hm......and I have tuna on the shelf and celery in the refrig, so I don't need food. Hm.....I don't want to put my laundry away. And the pool isn't open yet, my old one will do a few more times. Hm......this organizational thing is not cool sometimes. I've been thinking that the head of cabbage will keep a while longer or I can put it into a soup pot and fix it with a few of the tomatoes that I have left.

Now for the car........anthropological site on wheels. Uch......Uch.....Uch! If I get it cleaned out, I have promised myself that I'll reward myself with a cleaning car service where they wash the outside and the inside. Hm....my reward use to be a massage; hm, how things change.

frustration--I have $ to meet expenses this month and questionable about next. Delima....graduation 3 hours away this weekend for family and if/when I go, it will make next month's budget,,,,,well, it's not budgeted and I'm not strong enough to say no to myself, rather like the food and exercise that I'm also dealing with as well.....

bother.... well, sadly, I didn't attend, and realize that I disappointed a couple of people.

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