October 9th. I love it.

Yay love.

First up this week, hanging out with friends. I love it. Yesterday’s big plans with Jose, Diana, and Lupita was to go to Beignet Fest and stuff our faces with 30 different variations of beignets. After taking the street car downtown, we arrived to a massive amount of people in Lafayette Square. We wandered around for a little while but actually never ate a beignet because you had to buy everything with tickets. The problem with this is that the line for tickets was ridiculous and then the line for beignets was even longer. And there was no way to figure out what you were waiting in line for anyway. We made the best of it, though, and had Pumpkin Spice pancakes at IHOP.

I love it.

Next up, deep cleaning. I love it. I had to do my reset Sunday today but I got a little carried away and did a major deep clean. I did both bathrooms, the kitchen (which really needed it), both bedrooms, living room, 3 loads of laundry and emptied 2 cans of trash. I seriously think that the pumpkin spice lattes from McDonald’s has something in it that makes me ultra productive.

I love it.

Finally, Gilmore Girls. I love it. Today alone, I’ve watched basically the entire 5th season. What I love about this show is that it is something everyone in my family loves. This even sparked a conversation amongst the Deas Siblings about who Rory should have ended up with. I think that she should have ended up with Marty, but since she never actually dated him, I’m totally Team Logan. It’s a house divided, but that’s what makes life interesting.

I love it. It’s great. Everything’s great.

I love it.

September 11th. I love it.

I’m fully aware that I forgot to post last week, but once again, the holiday weekend messed me up.

First up this week, “Steve and Me.” I love it. A friend of mine told me that Terri Irwin’s book about her husband Steve Irwin and I just had to read it. Back in elementary school, he was one of my favorite people, so learning about his life made me feel great. I had no idea how he met his wife, why he named his daughter what he did, and also more details into the events after his life. I almost couldn’t stop reading this book, but I made myself take 2 days to read it. BONUS: I also hit my 25 book goal for the year.

I love it.

Next up, Gilmore Girls. I love it. Last week I started watching it on Netflix again. Oh, the memories. I can remember watching this with my family, especially during the fall and the holiday season so it’s my feel good show. I can’t wait for the new season to come out so this is just my prep time. Obviously, I couldn’t watch it without have a huge cup of coffee and a donut.

I love it.

Finally, being needed. I love it. Despite the fact that I no longer work at Tulane, I was still brought in for the first home football game yesterday. I got a lot of questions and requests from my former co-workers so that let me know that they miss me. While I don’t miss the crazy hours and all of the stress, I do miss the people that I used to see everyday, so it’s nice that I’ll get a chance to see them a few more times this season. I’m gone but not forgotten.

I love it. It’s great. Everything’s great.

I love it.

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