April 15, 2007

Lisa: help

I have a couple of things I need to get done in the next few weeks.

  • dig the grass out of all our flower beds and fill up the empty space with bark chips

  • paint the downstairs bathroom

  • get the paint I bought for the sewing room re-tinted (since I was obviously smoking crack when I purchased bright coral pink) and paint the sewing room

  • touch up all the white trim and ceilings in the rooms we've painted so far

  • find out what the baby is (we've got our fingers crossed for a human boy or girl)

  • figure out what the crap is going on with maternity leave (Is six weeks enough?)

  • sign up for a childbirth class

  • deposit checks in three different bank accounts at two separate banks

  • miraculously fix the DVD burner in my laptop so that I can burn a copy of the prenatal yoga video I checked out from the library and now owe $8 in fines on

  • pay library fines

  • find somewhere to swim that I can afford AND that isn't gross
  • Posted by lisa at April 15, 2007 02:01 PM

    I love the smell of bark chips. And paint. and babies...

    I quite like this post.

    If you need help give me a hollar.

    Posted by: Mallory on April 16, 2007 02:43 PM

    Holy crap Lisa! You are ambitious. A couple questions though. The pipe you were smoking crack out of wasn't glittery was it? And are you only paying your library fines because you work for a library? Oh and one more question. Is one of the banks you have to deposit a check into your account Tyra Banks? And if it is, how much is it to get a safety deposit box there?

    Posted by: Jeremy on April 16, 2007 03:49 PM

    1) I am still waiting on my Jeremy-made glitter crack pipe.
    2) I think I feel more guilt than the average person about paying my library fines because I work in a library...but I don't get around to paying them much faster.
    3) I wish, Jeremy. I. Wish.

    Posted by: lisa on April 16, 2007 05:37 PM

    Are you going back to work full-time or part-time? No maternity leave is really long enough, but you'll have the hang of motherhood by 6 weeks. Take 8 if you can. I tried doing 8 hours of babysitting a week with my 10 week old last week and I just don't want to have to focus on anything but him at this point. Ah well. I'll just be happy and broke for now, can't bring myself to take the PT teaching position I've been offered either.

    Posted by: Emily on April 17, 2007 05:08 PM
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