Wednesday, May 12, 2010

12 of 12: May

Happy 12 of 12, everybody; all credit/blame goes to Chad Darnell. Enjoy!

8:00 - Waking up; no, I have not painted/gotten new sheets/gotten new apartment. I have, however, gotten a house-sitting gig, so there you go.

 8:20 - Watching Lost first thing, before the Internet spoils me. Clyde helps.

11:15 - Hibiscus tea cooler, script notes, and sunshine at the Peet's on Fourth St. My life is so hard.

12:30 - I'm unclear on the necessity of giant soccer balls hanging from the ceiling of Bette's Oceanview Diner, but then again, does anybody ever really need giant soccer balls hanging overhead, especially when there's already retro adorableness and breakfast food involved? BONUS.

12:50 - Brunch-for-lunch with Caroline, and before you ask: yes, we each had savory egg-based dishes plus a shared stack of pancakes, and no, I do not regret this decision.

3:05 - Oh, work-hunting, you are un-fun.

4:38 - Scandalous traffic getting from Highway 13 onto Highway 24.

5:34 - I'm going! Officially!

5:52 - This is the part of the day where we have sausage, onion, and olive pizza for dinner...and I pick off all the sausage, onions, and olives. Starving children in Africa, I apologize.

6:20 - Awana, before the establishing of order.

7:17 - Did your Wednesday involve a cardboard diorama of Paul and Silas's miraculous escape from prison (Acts 16:25-36), complete with yarn river and tiny prison bars? I thought not.

7:34 - Fifth- and sixth-grade Awana girls, who make life just that much more delightful. Noisy, but delightful. (Posted with their permission, promise!)


Anonymous said...

Hey look - it's our house! This is weird... I'm glad you and Clyde are getting along, though. :-)

Anonymous said...

Hello Clyde! Please do scritch my kitty's chin for me.

Anonymous said...

Awana! I was an Awana girl once upon a fun!

Liz said...

H & E: Yes, things are progressing pretty well, though the pill-taking situation has gone somewhat downhill (she's onto me now, hence more hissing and scratching than swallowing of meds). She did try to take a nap on my chest at 4 a.m. the other night, though! Also, we have had v. exciting sightings of the elusive kitticus Lucy-us! Ooh!

Jess: How funny! My parents' church started a club this year, so I've been helping out--and I'm continually surprised at how great it is. The kids are totally into it.

Jill said...

Breakfast looks heavenly!

Xerxes said...


So does Sherlock know you are seeing another man?

My daughters when through AWANA and both came to Christ through it. Glad you are willing to involve yourself with the lives of those girls. It will make a great impact on them.

Just don't tell them you are cheating on Sherlock.


Dogeared said...

Nope, no cardboard models for me, you're right! The foods all looks yummy, have to say!

Martini Dan said...

Nice photos, thanks for sharing you day!