|See me back there on the right? Oh, and the front-and-center lady in red is Natalie.|
I, of course, was sound asleep by then. Heh.
I'd intended to wake up early and walk on the treadmill before we left for Beckley, but that didn't happen. In another lifetime I would have blown it off: too busy, not enough time, too tired, blah, blah, blah. Instead, I
- attended the Tennant for Senate event
- stopped to fill the tank in the car
- dropped a package off at the UPS store
- stopped at a craft store for spray glitter (wait'll you see what I'm doing with that!)
- went to my county Democratic women's club meeting
- picked up a couple things at the store afterward
- drove home and then
- walked five miles.
Because working that walk into the day has truly become a priority. (And also? It was a glorious day, perfect for walking.) I stuck some chicken and sweet potatoes in the oven when I got home, showered and dressed to go to the prison meeting, ate dinner and whoosh – left for Alderson before 6 p.m.
Today is going to be busy, as well, but in a different way. My phone died at lunch yesterday. The battery icon indicated it was full, but when I plugged it into the car charger it was at ZERO percent. Second time in a week that's happened, so there's something wrong with either the phone or the battery.
U.S. Cellular replaces batteries at no charge, so that's on today's agenda. And since I have to drive an hour to get the phone store, I might as well pick up what I'll need for this weekend's out-of-towner. I'd planned to stop someplace on my way to the convention Thursday afternoon, but I might as well get everything done today.
I can't believe I'm leaving tomorrow. Time flies when you're