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A Sad Day

Not today, but tomorrow will be sad.  Michael is going on a business trip.  Seeing as how he is a delivery driver, you wouldn't think he would need to go on business trips.  But he just got the driver position, and apparently they don't do training anywhere in Oregon, so he has to fly down to California. 

He leave the house tomorrow morning at 10 ish, and won't come back until Sunday night around 10 ish. 
I don't mind sleeping alone, unlike some married ladies I know (is it okay to refer to myself as a lady?  Seems almost vain, but hey its my blog so I guess I can do what I want), but I still prefer him to be next to me. 

But to look on the bright side, I will get to sprawl out on the bed, pick all the TV/movies that I watch, eat TV dinners (yes I think this is the bright side, as much as I love to cook, I love to eat fast food, boxed food, and frozen food), have less dishes to do, and hopefully I will go to bed early enough to get up and take a walk before the kids show up.  If I don't it will be kind of sad because I will have no one to blame but myself.  It will also be nice to not have to get up at 5 or 6 (I go back to bed) and make him a lunch that he will later complain to me about because I don't give him enough food.  Its early, I am half asleep and I don't have a whole lot of food in the house, so he should be impressed that he gets ANY food.

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