This month I was happy about: getting to spend time with friends.
This month I was
sad worried sick about: my top teeth that are having issues because I grind and clinch when I sleep.
Something I accomplished this month was: surviving.
Something new I did was: go see an oral surgeon to make sure there was not a cyst on my top gums. The verdict was no, but he recommended I get my wisdom teeth out sometime soon. Luckily, I only have top ones! I’m going to wait and see what pans out with my initial issue mentioned above.
♥ ♥ = Love it! A must read/see!
♥ = Really good! Highly recommend.
✓ ✓ = Good, not great
✓ = Not much to talk about
X = Awful. Total waste of time
Books I read were:
Wait For Me by Elisabeth Naughton ♥ ♥
–This book was free (Kindle version) for a short period of time in December along with a bunch of others. I decided to read it over MLK weekend when I couldn’t sleep. Although, I don’t have a kindle, my mac has a kindle reader or you can use the online kindle reader.
Code Blue (Prescription for Trouble, Book 1) by Richard L. Mabry
–Another freebie Kindle download.
Movies I watched were:
Trouble with the Curve ♥
TV Shows I watched were:
McLeod’s Daughters (my newest obsession from Netflix – currently on Season 3 midway through)
CSI New York
NCIS: Los Angeles
The Bachelor: Season 17
song CD this month was: Overexposed by Maroon 5
What I remember about work was: different. We now have assigned “desk” time. I just have 2 separate hours which isn’t bad, except that one of my coworkers was out this week because of Jury Duty, so I had 4 hours of desk time. Blargh!
A lesson I learned this month was: just because you think you conquer a problem doesn’t mean it’s fixed.
A friend and I: went with our families up to the North Georgia Mountains for MLK weekend.
I cooked: not much of anything. Too busy.
The boys were: busy. Drew’s JV soccer season has started and Alex has been keeping Dad company in the evenings with meetings and the like.
My husband was: stressed because of a ‘problem’ leader in scouting and deadlines at work.
The thing I’ll remember most from this month was: dealing with problems with my teeth.