Today was the work Christmas picnic. I know - Christmas. Picnic. Unheard of right? It's a bit to get used to, that's for sure! It was a nice time, if a bad allergy/hayfever situation. I was fine until the last hour. The wind must have changed and my eyes blew up like crazy. I was beginning to get worried, since the whites of my eyes had swelled out beyond my iris'.
We headed out to my parent's place (they are house sitting for a month) after the picnic. Except I didn't remember exactly how to get there (I knew the address and I'd been there before). But somehow I had forgotten how to get there, and after a bit of wandering around I found a big map (yay for posted maps!) and we found our way there.
Unfortunately I had spoken to my mother last and said, "We'll go straight to your house, and shop later". My dad and Matt had both last heard, "We'll both go shopping first, and then go to your house." Well, Dad convinced Mom to go shopping first. And I convinced Matt to go to their house first. Oh well, we napped in the driveway (where my eyes finally calmed down). We spent a good time catching with them later in the afternoon. Oceana is obsessed (Ob.Sess.Ed) with the cats at the house.
She also tried to "Clean" the toilet. I found her in the master bathroom with the toilet bowl cleaner all over the place, the toilet brush in and out of the toilet bowl and water everywhere else. Oh well. The house is yet to be Oceana-proof. The toilet bowl cleaner was down on the floor. I never thought to check on something like that.
We headed out from there just before dinner time and Matt dropped Oceana and I off at home. He's at youth group tonight, helping out. Havalah's out to dinner. Oceana's now in bed. What's a girl to do? The "best" thing on TV in Bad News Bears. Yawn...
My house is messy, but I'm still suffering a fair bit from my hayfever and I'm tired. So... I can decide if I'm going to clean tonight. I think I will. Tomorrow's Saturday, and I'd like to have my day to myself.
Oh, on a side note:
I deleted this portion after realising it's not good for public consumption.