Monday, May 1, 2017

Weekend minutes

It was one of those weekends where I felt like I had a lot going on, but I also managed to watched like ten episodes of Veep, so I must have found some spare time there sometime. Probably because I did not work out once.

Friday night I left work a little early to take stuff to our graduation venue, then I ran home, changed, then drove the 45 minute journey to Fremont. I had not been there in a few months, and the last time I went I didn't drive, so I was convinced I wasn't going the right way. I listed to my new obsessive podcast, Up and Vanished, during the drive.

I was going back to my old stomping grounds, Midland University, to attend a fundraiser for volleyball. Nick's little sister, Hannah, is attending school there so I went to fill a spot at the Boone Family table.

Also, I was reunited with some of my old coworkers and catching up with them filled my heart with something I didn't know was missing.

I miss my old team at Midland so much. I am really happy at Clarkson and I like my job, I just miss my girls. And Paul sometimes.

Saturday morning I had to work; we had Clarkson's graduation ceremony. The entire thing went perfectly. I kept waiting for a mishap, but nothing happened. It was glorious. After that I did my grocery shopping, laundry, food prep, etc, and managed to watch an entire season of Veep, and I also watched a bunch of serial murder stories.

Sunday I had brunch with the girls (Emily, Missy and Katie) and then went home to watch more Veep before heading to Glenwood. As part of the alumni board, I had to go to the awards ceremony for the high school seniors. We were giving out five scholarships. I really wanted to grab each of those seniors and ask them one billion questions about what they are doing with their lives after leaving GHS, but I realized it wasn't my business and their parents might get weirded out by that, so I just left.

Then I went home and watched more Veep. I need the weather to get better so I quit watching so much television.

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