My husband's asleep.
Last night was my first time being home, alone, overnight. I've left my husband alone for extended periods of time, like the time my Mom and I went to Hawai'i last year and 3 years ago when I had to stay with my Dad while Mom was in the hospital.
I had big ideas of cleaning our place from top to bottom. I ended up binge watching Friends and eating junk food. Probably my laziest night, ever. It was mentally relaxing.
Anyways, this is far from what I wanted to post about.
I've been wanting to change my blog name for a while. So much so that I thought I'd start a new blog over on Word Press. There's a post. Just one. It's weird to start anew like that. Came back to this blog and realized that I could just change the blog address. Easy peasy......if I could figure out what I wanted to change it to. We'll see...
Other than that, I need to study our Sunday School lesson more. T-minus 21 hours.
Saturday, August 31, 2019
Friday, August 30, 2019
I received GREAT news today!! I don't really want to share it just yet, but I'm pretty ecstatic for what this Fall will bring. I was ready to give up hope and think that things weren't going to come together before the deadline....but it did!!!
I can't wait for this new (and somewhat familiar) adventure!!!
I had to do some serious updating to this blog. Not major, but I did have to replace Lava's name with Liberty's, since Lava passed away last year. This is Liberty. Can you see why he has this name? He's a beautiful red, white and blue.
He's such a great little fish. He's surely grown since these photos from the day I got him, August 12, 2018. He doesn't swim around as much as before. I think he's getting old. Makes me sad. He's the oldest betta in the office. I hope I have a few more months with him. I love having a pet fish. Bettas are just so beautiful. I've since added 3 neon tetras and 1 snail (there were 2, one died...or was hibernating for a long time and looked dead.).
So that's Liberty! I wish I had an even bigger fish tank at home. It's so enjoyable just watching them swim around....that is, when I have a free minute at work to watch them. :)