Published February 16, 2009
Tags: lazy, long weekend, Presidents Day
Can I please just sit here for another day and do almost nothing? For the last three days, I’ve spent an average of two to three hours out of the house. I’ve watched all my Netflix. I got all caught up on Battlestar. I’m doing laundry. I took some incredibly enjoyable naps. I fixed my closet. And my saxophone. Blech!
I even went out and got some groceries, and made some stuff for dinner/lunch this week. Of course, not before scarfing some chili cheese fries at midnight one evening. Sometimes you’ve just gotta run out at midnight, and give yourself serious indigestion. It’s necessary.
I even went to the gym today.
It’s just been the most pleasant weekend, especially considering that I’ve been going almost none stop for weeks.
I’VE SIPPED TEA, FOR THE LOVE OF MUFFINS!
I do love my job. I do like seeing my co-workers. I don’t want to go tomorrow, though. I just want to spend another day cruising the On-Demand on my cable, and snoozing under a sea of blankets on my little couch, with my feet on the coffee table . . . without pants on.
Stupid three day weekend . . . you end to soon and you’re cruel.
Tonight, I could have gone out. I could be out at a Maldroid show, doing my crazy single girl thing. Or at the very least, I could have gone to the gym. (Gyme?)
But I’m not. I’m just being lazy instead. I’m sitting here on my couch, wearing pajamas since nine this evening.
I feel like a worthless slug.
But I don’t really care. And I’m realizing that sometimes the craziest thing a single girl can do is just let herself be lazy and do nothing.
I’ve been doing a whole lot of nothing today. I watched some of the Olympics, and some bits of movies, all in between napping, and goofing off on the internet. Right now I’m just watching a little bit of the Giants game. I’m not really planning on leaving my apartment any time tonight, either. I’m just gonna keep being a lazy hermit. It’s pretty likely that I’ll spend the rest of my evening looking up stuff like this on YouTube -
(YouTube is shutting me down, but go to this link – Phenomenauts Interview
I went and saw The Phenomenauts in the Sacramento area last night. it was a pretty late night, and I crashed at a friend’s after, so maybe that’s why I am feeling so lazy today. It was totally worth it, as The Phenomenauts are badass. I hope some day to be half as bad ass as those guys. They’re joined on their current tour by Vic Ruggiero performing solo and Kepi Ghoulie and his band.
I actually did one useful thing today, which was order the dress I will be wearing as the maid of honor in a wedding. Yeah, you heard that right. I’m sure I’ll have pictures of me in this dress. So I’m not going to say much about that.
It’s Saturday afternoon, the perfect opportunity to get about three to five things done that kind of really need doing. Instead of I’ve been dozing all day, cruising the internet, and now blogging.
I should be practicing and trying to come up with horn lines. I have a meeting with that band tomorrow.
I should be straightening up my apartment, since my mom is coming in next week. Two weeks in a row, I cleaned the laundry, folded it, and then piled it on the ledge. I should put that stuff away.
I could be watching some of the Netflix that have been sitting her for over a month. Of course that’s not quite as productive, but it’s better than just sleeping all day.
But do you know when was the last time I got to sleep all day? Yeah, me neither!
So I think I’m going to get out of my pajamas, do the dishes, see if I can work out some parts for at least one song, and then watch a movie before I have to be at the theater tonight. It’s a bit ambitious, but we’ll see.
Published December 18, 2007
Tags: dress code, hoodie, lazy, work
This morning when I woke up for work, I just couldn’t bring myself to do the whole business attire thing, or anything even remotely resembling business attire. It was raining and crappy, anyway. So, I wore a pair of jeans and a hoodie to work today.
It’s not like my workplace has a stringent dress code anyway. My counterpart showed up in flip flops. She even brought herself an extra pair of flip flops, in case the one pair got drenched. So, I wasn’t being completely subversive. It felt really good to be very comfortable today, though. It was just one of those days.
I might just do it again tomorrow. Who knows? I’m crazy, wily, and unpredictable like that!