Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Ch-ch-ch-Changes...


I woke up yesterday and, for the first time since moving to Arizona, i was cold!!! It was a cold, blustery day in Tucson, the likes of which I had never seen...I knew immmediately it would be a big day, and it was! The day continued to be full of more changes for me:
-I had milk in my hot chocolate instead of just water and it really did taste better!
-I got my first pay-check in over a year! Hallelujah!
-I played Christmas music even though it isn't December yet, and was ok with it!
-We put up a tree (which we ourselves had cut down in the mountains!). That, in and of itself, was full of changes since it was with a husband, rather than my huge family. We used white lights instead of colored, the ornaments all match, and there aren't any paper-mache or play dough ornaments made by a first grader. It looks fabulous, if I may say so myself...Our apartment looks so happy now. I love Christmas season!

-I put mustard in my dinner and actually liked it...
-I made a trip to Bed, Bath and Beyond without buying anything.
-I had an entire phone conversation without ever saying "What?" "What?"...maybe my hearing is improving!
-I didn't burn dinner (yes, that is definitely a first in our marriage!)
-And finally, I cut off a foot of my hair to donate to Locks of Love! I feel like a little school girl again, but it's so much less maintenance and fun to have a change.

Anyway, it was a pretty adventurous day...We'll see what tomorrow brings! (And forgive the Bob-Dylan title, but it fits!).

4 comments:

Rach said...

Way cute hair Anna! I only wish mine looked as good.

Martha said...

Annie! You crazy thing you! Your hair looks darling. It makes me want to cut my hair. Who did it for you? The tree is cute. How tall is it? In the first picture it looks 7 feet tall and in the 2nd it looks 3 feet tall.

StrykerLOVE said...

anna - beautiful hair - you look so like your mom there its crazy! (your mom is beautiful:-)how fun to have a christmas tree - we didn't get one until maybe 5 or 6 years after we were married!

Vernon P. Funkweiler said...

Seeing as I once played a gig with the former drummer of the P-Funk -- I feel musically qualified to correct the author of the Blog title. It was David Bowie who sang Changes, not Bob Dylan. Oh, and Melba thinks your hair cut is, "SOOOOO CUTE!!!!"