Sunday, May 6, 2018
Guys, it's May. I don't know what happened. It was late April and now it's May. May 6th. Time is still flying and I feel perpetually behind. On everything, work, life,home, etc. I'm feeling especially burned out at work. It's been rough lately and I have been working every weekend. Except this one. This weekend I decided that I just couldn't go into the office. I truly could not bear the thought of sitting in the office for hours.
On Saturday, I got up early, went to Lowes and bought some stuff for the yard. Then I met up with my friend and we went for a walk. I came home and cut the grass, trimmed 2 trees, cleaned out a very overgrown and messy flower bed, trimmed the grass over hanging the sidewalk, picked up the limbs from the tree, pulled weeds out of another bed out front, pulled some vines that had grown into the bushes, and sweated like a pig. I took a long nap afterwards.
Earlier today (Sunday), I went for a walk with my friend. I came home, planted some flowers, trimmed up 3 trees on the side of the house, trimmed some flowers on the side of the house, re-mulched the bed on the side of the house, finished bagging some grass I pulled out of the bed out front, trimmed all of the hedges on the front of the house, picked up and bagged all of the limbs, blew all the grass off the sidewalk and bagged it, washed part of the side of the house with some house cleaner and then power washed part of the side of the house (still have to finish- it's so much work- so much algae, etc). It's hot here, the temperature reached about 90 both days (I am a beautiful golden brown right now!). I took another nap and a hot shower. Right now, I'm kinda of considering a walk. I think the sunshine and fresh air did me good, another shot of it won't hurt. I also need to take the trash out- such a chore- ugh!
Don't forget Mother's Day, it's next Sunday. I gotta order my Mom's present because she will be here on Thursday. I also need to buy her some flowers. Remember to call your Mommy.
I'm definitely not looking forward to work tomorrow. I'm already kind of stressed about it, but it's okay. Work is simply a trade off for money. The money will help me meet my financial goals. I have to manage it right, save it and make it work for me.