July 28, 2008

Productive

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:12 am by smilinshell11

As you can see below from our “To Do” list, we were pretty productive this weekend.  I still need to update this blog, work out (though we did a lot of walking the past couple of days), and we are planning on cleaning the house tonight.  This weekend we also:

  • Bought an over the range microwave
  • Mr. Charming got a new pair of glasses and contacts
  • Booked inner island flight and car rental for Hawaii 
  • Went to church

Go Us! 🙂

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July 25, 2008

List of Things “To Do” This Weekend

Posted in Uncategorized tagged at 2:29 pm by smilinshell11

  • Clean closet of old clothes
  • Buy upright freezer at Sears with gift cards (Though it won’t be in until the beginning of August)
  • Walk around the community garage sale
  • Update this blog
  • Upload pictures to Facebook and Myspace
  • Fix Mr. Charmings’ pants
  • Send Mr. Charming to get fitted for two tuxedos (How have tux rental prices doubled in 3 years?!?!?)
  • Get Mr. Charming new shoes
  • Sleep in (I don’t consider waking up at 7:30 sleeping in)
  • Work out at least 1 hour each day

I’ll add more stuff as I think of it. (Posted 2:29pm)

More….

  • Clean House (Vacuum, Dust, Clean Bathrooms, Laundry, Mop…And not just with a Swiffer (Ugh)
  • Have Mr. Charming mow the yard
  • Respond to emails and messages

With that, it’s time for me to go to bed.

Saturday:

  • Walk around Street Fair
  • Book hotel/condo for Kauai and Maui

July 1, 2008

Life Stages

Posted in Kids, Mr. Charming, Travel tagged , , , , , , , , , , , at 1:18 pm by smilinshell11

Awkward: That pretty much explains my current life stage.  I feel like I have been reflecting on it WAY too much lately and am finding myself in a rut because of it.  I’m 25, married, with no kids who loves to sleep.  Mr. Charming and I one day will love to have a family, but when we got married, wanted to travel and just spend time together before having kids.  His whole 2 years of traveling kind of threw a wrench in the last part of the previous sentence.  We have had the chance to travel to Europe and FINALLY booked our vacation to Kauai and Maui for the end of this year.  Before we have kids, I have my list of places I want to go because my philosophy is you never know when you might get back (if ever).  Here is my list (random tanget I know) in no particular order: San Francisco (Mainly to see Alcatraz), Phoenix (Grand Canyon), Caribbean Cruise/Disneyworld, Europe again (Back to Germany & Italy), and Maui (which is soon to be crossed off).  Anyways, back to the topic.

I would say that 98% of my friends have kids.  It’s like being 25 and having no kids is something not typical.  I feel like I don’t relate to them because mainly what they talk about is their kids.  Granted it’s not like I have a lot to talk about so talking about their kids doesn’t bug me.  Just being at a different life stage is akward. 

Maybe I should start popping out kids to fit in….Just Kidding. 🙂