it's 32 bracing degrees now, it's supposed to get up to 52 today. by the weekend, it will be back to 57-60. i'm over this cold weather. we didn't get any snow, so i lost interest.
this week is going by fast. tomorrow our money fast will be over. we had emergency money for the bike pump that doc needed for his scooter bike and milk, but no other money. tomorrow that will end and we will hopefully never get into that position again. all of our bills are paid. that's how we go broke. paying all our bills. but everything is paid up, rent was on time and all is good. tomorrow we can go grocery shopping.
ugh, i have the hiccups. i know the cure, but i hate it and deal with them for a while. take a spoonful of sugar and suck on it. it works. it's icky. i keep hoping they will just go away on their own.
here's where i jinx my life: doc and i are happier together than we have been since we moved here and the blow-up with my parents happened. that's kind of where everything started going wrong and it happened just a couple of months after i got here. i never had a chance. i was okay while kelli was here, but i was still being mean to him. and there was all that shit with carter that put a strain on our marriage. it just never recovered from it.
until now. in spite of our big fight last week, or perhaps because of it, we are closer than ever. finishing each other's sentences (which is no easy feat with my chaotic thoughts), laughing interminably at and with each other, and other gross stuff like hugging and smooching.
for some reason he's so happy i'm into the holidays. he's enabling me at every level. from buying me a black tree to making countless cookies with me to taking me to the dollar store for stocking stuffers. up to and including taking me over to my parent's house to get some heirloom ornaments. and he despises my parents and everything they are about. but he's doing it for me because i'm "For some reason i can't fathom" into the holidays this year.
will he be this enthusiastic when i'm this into our anniversary? heh. 14 years and we're just getting around to celebrating it. better late than you know.
i'm listening to an Osmond Brother's mash up medly of a capella xmas carols. it's delightful. i started out the day with "(It Must Have Been Ol') Santa Claus" by Harry Connick Jr., which i recommend to everyone at this time of year. it's a nice way to start your day.