We recently cut down the majority of an old crabapple tree in our backyard. We thought we could do it all in one weekend because the tree looks practically miniature when you're gazing out at it from the kitchen window, but when you're out there chopping it down, it is gigantic.
Plus, we are working in a swamp because our yard still hasn't dried out from the great garden hose tragedy of 2016.
I took off of work on Friday to drive to Penn State to pick Emily up for spring break, and my mom let me use her car. She told me she had some CDs in there, and when I reached into the console, I found this.
I listened three times on my drive there, and started it again for the drive home. After a few songs Emily rolled her eyes and said, "Wow. You even sing the instrumental parts."
That's when we turned on the radio.
Emily had a job interview today and I drove her. It wasn't even my interview, but I was so nervous on her behalf that I that I was distracted from my driving and drove by the place three times before I could actually turn into the parking lot. I could tell my navigational issues weren't calming Emily's nerves, so I tried to give her a little pep talk as I attempted to get in the correct lane for the third time. "Think about it like this Emily," I told her, "It'll be over in an hour. And you'll either get the job, or you won't."
My motivational speaking tour will be kicking off any day now.
Annabelle came for a visit this weekend and she's still the cutest baby around.
Em and I walked outside today. God bless two digit temperatures that start with any digit 5 and above.