I woke up this morning feeling like—as my friend, Lily, so delicately puts it—dog shit on the bottom of God’s shoe. Also, furious. But I pulled on my swimsuit, intending to take it out in the water. Except I was 90 minutes early.
I raced to the nearest salon. “Can someone cut my hair right now?”
“Yes!” the hapless pixie piped. “And today all haircuts are $10!”
“Great. Shave it all off. I can’t stand it another second. I’m tired of trying to look like something.”
And I left feeling like my outside finally matched my inside. Furious. And the closest I’ll ever come to looking like Charlize Theron.
Furious helps. Furious brings the Bad-Ass, which is now in full display.
I roared off to misbehave and brought home two bags full of art supplies. Now we’ll see what fury can really do.
Had a very productive conference with my professor today. We talked about the essay I just had workshopped and developed a plan for revising 1) for the class and then 2) for the call for submissions I want to send it in to. So we will see how that goes.
Just went and voted on a new school bond issue where they plan to add classrooms and improvements to every school in the district. Trying to be fair to everyone and get done what needs to get done in each building.
WE are all on the mend from the crud we’ve had. I hope we stay well for the Spring Break trip we have scheduled to Starkville to watch baseball. I’m looking forward to it. I think we will have a good time. I need to figure out what to do with Rachel for fun while we are off so that I’m not just spending time on the computer and ignoring her. We will see.
I have a friend who went in to the hospital for a surgery but is now having a bipolar episode. Please pray that she can recover both physically and mentally. She is having a very hard time of it.
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