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Monday, March 2, 2009

Cranky Indecisiveness

Damn the 70s, they won't go away. In fashion, in music, in weight!

T.o.M. was only here 2 weeks ago, so why today do my hips feel like they're in a vice grip and someone keeps turning the handle another notch? I'm on mega doses of Ibuprofen and thank god there is 7 inches of snow falling with more to come, so I don't have to put on the office face. If I had to take a worrisome guess as to what this is, I would say arthritis. Sundays are my no gym days, so I rested, tossed the frisbee for Chad, ran errands, watched movies and caught up on recorded tv shows. And now today my hips are screaming.

Anyway....toll booth guy....well, I'll give him another ticket, sure no problem. But I'm not going to set myself up to look like a fool. Before I hand it to him I'm going to say, "So, what's the deal, are you married or engaged?" And if he says no, then I'll hand it to him and say, "My phone number was on the last ticket...." and bam, there it is. I'll either face the rejection or he'll look sheepish for not knowing. I am at the end of my coy-playing techniques.

Oh and as for my grand European trip....doesn't seem likely. Breaks my flipping heart to say that. I can't find anything in my price range for the length of time I feel it is worth going. I think 3500 is too much for one person to spend on a holiday. There's no point in flying all the way to Italy if you don't have at least 5-7 days on the ground. I can't believe the prices haven't come down. I guess the wealthy continue to travel enough to keep the prices where they are. Ireland isn't any better. I'm still looking (thanks Butterfly for the GoTours link, they're just too expensive) but it seems everywhere costs more if you're not booking double occupancy.

If I shift my focus to a vacation in the states, I am drawn to the Outer Banks, Colorado, and maybe Chicago. I don't know. September isn't the greatest time to travel to Colorado. And I'm not usually so indecisive. What the hell is wrong with this Sagittarian?


Soxy Deb said...

I don't think your being indecisive, you just can't make up your mind (hehe). It's only 6 months away though. Just sayin.

I know what you mean about the 70's too. I can't seem to get under 170. I had a dream last night I stepped on the scale and it said 165 - nice dream... Then I woke up and stepped on it and it said 171.8. Sooooo frustrating.

Sarah said...

Great solution to the Toll issue. Just put it all out there and see what happens. I wish I had the courage to do that. But I'm chicken.

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Sagittarius is born to travel the world and move upwards and outwards. Naturally gregarious, they love the idea of meeting different people and understanding foreign cultures. There is also a desire to broaden the mind too, with the possibility of many Sagittarians being lifelong students. Their outlook is generally optimistic and there is a distinct lack of concern over the smaller, practical details. A great sense of humor and a lack of petty mindedness are Sagittarian qualities too. Sagittarius is open -- open-minded, open-hearted and generous, up to a point. They like to get value and will not be quite so impulsive with their cash but they do have a natural ability to get on with people from many varied walks of life. They have an innate sense of wanting to help others and give them a hand up the ladder and can be wonderful and exciting companions. Expect an honest answer when you ask a question and maybe some long philosophic discussions into the night. Jovial, optimistic, versatile, open-minded, philosophical, sincere, frank, visionary.