When the cat’s away the mice will
get some cleaning done, maybe listen to a bit of NPR and a few classical pieces, and be otherwise productive play.
Last week, Ginjuh over at Ginger’s Grocery admitted her somewhat guilty pleasures when left to her own devices.
This week, I’m in the same predicament – sort of.
K’s schedule and mine are off-synch for a few days; I’ll be at home while she’s at work.
Then, she may or may not go out of town most of the day Saturday.
I always start with best intentions:
Do the Laundry
Do the Dishes
Bake a Pie
Work on Lesson Plans
Get some Groceries
Inevitably I fall foul of my baser nature:
Eat All the Junk Food
Watch all the Netflix
Read all the Books
Really though, is this last one so bad?
Take this weekend; I already know how it will pan out.
She’ll leave early in the morning; I’ll get up with her.
When she leaves, I’ll sit down to do some lesson plans.
I might actually start planning after an hour or so – you know, once I’ve gotten caught up on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and WordPress and my email.
Around lunchtime I’ll go and get something to eat – most likely a Little Caesar’s Hot-N-Ready Pepperoni and a liter of Wal-Mart brand Ginger Ale.
Don’t judge me, I have a coupon for free breadsticks.
However, I can’t exactly work on school stuff with all the grease around, right?
I’ll just watch something while I eat.
Until it’s time for supper, in which case hey, I have half a pizza left over from lunch; no sense in letting it go to waste.
But you know, all that awful junk food is starting to upset my stomach.
You know what I’d like about now? A milkshake.
And guess what? It’s after 8:00, so milkshakes are half-price at Sonic!
Shall I get my normal Banana Cream Pie or shall I be a bit more . . . adventurous?
Check back on Sunday to find out what happened!
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