Dancers Anonymous > yesterday's activities

Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by fascination, May 10, 2009.

  1. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    Hi right back! I've been thinking about you, too! I hope all is well. :)
  2. Peaches

    Peaches Well-Known Member

    Significantly better. Communication has happened, understandings have been reached, feelings have been expressed, and healing has begun.

    Also spent an afternoon with girl friends laughing-until-crying, which is always therapeutic.
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  3. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    wed....cannot remember but suspect it involved sleeping in...can only assume that it was largely about getting my home and life back into repair after having been gone so long....did do shopping for the easter baskets of children young and old

    thurs...teach an oldies class and get yelled at by a not so nice little old lady who thought the music was too spite of the fact that it was barely audible for the rest of us in order to placate sure she spreads little rays of sunshine wherever she goes...anticipate that she will try to report me...oh with my aunt...dunno what to other job (singing for the Lenten penance service) where I pick up two other events to sing as well...color me happy...home to family time with dh and dtr who came home to borrow car, then alone time with dh...I have missed him so this is very nice
  4. j_alexandra

    j_alexandra Well-Known Member

    I see that the last thing I talked about was Monday. Oopsie. Highlights time:

    Tuesday: Lesson; shopping for new shoes for trip to Taiwan; deal with PO over package that was overnighted but did not arrive on time
    Wednesday: Gyro, Rolfer, Lesson, shopping/returning; get refund for overnighted package -- still has not arrived
    Thursday: Bake, pack and ship, spend time on the phone dealing with The Package From Hell, which is delivered late in the day
    Dinner at fave restaurant, which I have not done in ages; a buddy from high school joins me, we set the world to rights, then the maitre d' and I continue setting the world to rights over wine, and let's draw a curtain over the end of this scene b/c JA has not had that much wine in a while
    Z, heavily
  5. j_alexandra

    j_alexandra Well-Known Member


    Lesson, the last before competition, and go figure, there's real dancing going on, shocking just before a comp
    To Blond German Friend, who is making me a non-ballroom dress, she needs to do draping; watching someone who is really, really good at something do what she does well is just fascinating, and she's a couture-trained European designer/dressmaker, not just someone with a serger; this dress is going to be SMASHING
    Home, eat, pack, talk on the phone, rearrange guest room b/c father has company coming, so I need to get my crap out of there
    Drive to comp hotel, and socialize for the rest of the day, some of which socializing is politically interesting, shall we say
    Discover that most of the people I know in the ballroom, the ones who smile huge and say HELLO!!!, are officials/judges; I just don't know that many dancers
    Do my nails
  6. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    It's been a while, so just a couple things.

    Me: Have a birthday. *sigh* I'm good with birthdays, usually, but things have not been going according to plan, of late. It's not good to be at a low point and a self-assessment point at the same time. *sigh* Also a medical issue that I thought was minor becomes less minor by the day. Why in the heck don't I just go to the doctor and get a shot? I have medical insurance. Good insurance. I also have a healthcare savings account with a balance that's more than enough to cover my entire deductible. Funny. When it's DS who's sick, I'm at the doctor in a heartbeat. If it's me, not so much.

    Also spend unusually large amount of time on DF. I am learning SO MUCH about AT and swing dances. I think that it's time for me to delve deeply into one or both. Very, very seductive idea.

    DS: Still catching up from the time he spent out of school with pneumonia. He also forgets to tell me about AP test registration until five minutes before time to leave for school on the last day of regular priced registration. This makes on-time registration impossible. (No. I am not a magician.) Late registration costs me $20 extra and does not warm my heart. $109 to take a test that is going to have zero impact on his life. Also un-subtle hints about what he wants in his Easter basket.

    DS and Ex on the outs again. This time, it's because Ex has decided that, despite our mediated divorce settlement, DS's passport will reside with Ex. (It's supposed to be wherever DS is.) He's been calling DS every day and demanding that DS mail him the passport, which, incidentally, is in my possession, not DS's. Look. The agreement is between us. So, if you don't mind, would you stop harassing your fifteen-year old? Grr. I have moments when am reminded exactly how much of a favor Ex did me by leaving me. Single motherhood notwithstanding, I think that's the best (and quite frankly, almost the only) gift he ever gave me.

    Also my usual political junkie stuff in which I learn a fun fact. Sam's Club employees, on average, make $17,486 dollars a year. Medical benefits only for full time employees. Costco employees average $45,000 a year and have medical benefits, even if they're only part time. If I believed in purgatory, which I don't, I could easily see some decision makers from Walmart corporation after death dragging around the heavy chain they forged in life.

    Other stuff, but my new keyboard is such a pain that I create a typo in every other word. I could say more, but I'm tired of proofreading. :D
  7. sbrnsmith

    sbrnsmith Well-Known Member

    Monday- work, watch dancing with the stars, sleep
    Tuesday-Work, sleep
    Wed-Work, sleep
    yesterday-work, sleep.
    Today- hopefully dance class if the snow does not cancel it out
  8. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    Hi sbrnsmith! Good to see you. You weren't kidding when you said this was going to be week of solid work, were you? Yikes.
  9. sbrnsmith

    sbrnsmith Well-Known Member

    I have 5 days off, so don't feel too bad for me! It does take a day just to decompress, but then I get to recharge excited and so much planned to do!
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  10. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    Have fun. :)
  11. Mr 4 styles

    Mr 4 styles Well-Known Member


    go dorothy and ingo!! and kelly and zendaya
  12. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    fri...teach bike and bench....good to be back....drop b-day gift off to post office....take dtr to train to get dh's a tad more Easter shopping...set up counseling appointments, and do more leg work to prep for an upcoming training...cook nutritious food for a change....practice, finally....nuzzle with dh
  13. 3wishes

    3wishes Well-Known Member

    Thursday - coaching, RATS, DRAT, ARRGGG, all four Smooth dances now changed around so much,,,my arms are not listening to brain and the feet are abandoning ship! crud. sigh.
    Friday, lesson, - work on notes on coaching, arms are wildly opposing everything, feet are pretty calm, brain dis-engages completely,,,really? now? a few weeks from Emerald you decide to abandon me?
    Go to trainer - trainer is trying to bend my legs in half/ I swear to , well, you know who, ...doubled the weights on the leg press...isn't that lovely?...60 reps on everything...sigh...
    immediately call massage therapist...who, GOD BLESS HER, has an immediate opening...I couldn't push the accellerator down hard enough...heh heh heh.
    She notes,,,out loud,,,"you've never ever said the word ouchie so much as long as I've know you"...I sigh...and let out a whimper instead.
    Text from gent I know, social dancing on the calendar for Saturday! Lord knows I need the stamina.
    Finish up details of kitchen,,and Husband eyes me,,,looking at paint chips....he runs the other way...and I do mean "run".
  14. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    doing today now...b/c my pillow is calling

    teach blast at 8 and step interval at nine
    change clothes, feed animals, grocery shop with dh
    clean kitchen
    cut dh's hair
    late dinner
    yawn through ncaa

    sleep soon
  15. B. Reguise

    B. Reguise New Member

    Added a nice little find to my edged weapon collection. Got it for quite a bit under market price. :)
  16. sbrnsmith

    sbrnsmith Well-Known Member

    Dance class yesterday and today snowed in. Hope to be able to get out tomorrow for some spa time.
  17. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    sleep in
    walk dog
    clean kitchen
    soak in jacuzzi
    not much else
  18. danceronice

    danceronice Well-Known Member

    Anyone who says bowling is not a sport needs to feel like my neck and shoulder. Studio bowling outing today. I am annoyed at how badly I did despite rationally recognizing it's been at least ten years or more (I honestly can't remember) but our team (was on Mrs. NP's team-each pro was a 'captain') had the most spirit! (Ie we cheered each other REALLY LOUD. Even if not all of us were particularly adept. Okay, three of us were not especially adept, the other three were a lot better!) However I hurt now.
  19. j_alexandra

    j_alexandra Well-Known Member


    Competition day. Survive/thrive.
    Home; my father has company in the guest room, weird to have someone in "my" space, but not unpleasant


    Crash and burn
    Take Blond German Friend to airport so she can go home to see her dying mother
    Pick up Chinese on the way home
    Out-of-town family come to visit and stay overnight, but I am asleep when they arrive; when I wake at 1:30 to use the bathroom, there's someone in it :-0
  20. Peaches

    Peaches Well-Known Member

    Last week: a blur of b.s. training class, attempting to stay sane while staying with parents for the week.

    Saturday: breakfast, nap, trip to B'more for yummy Thai food with friends. Come home and watch 2 episodes of House of Cards. Crash and burn.

    Sunday: breakfast, clean the house!, grocery shopping, dinner, finish first season of House of Cards (noooooo!!!!!!), start watching the British version. Crash and burn.

    Today: slowly slip and slide my way to the train station, miraculously make it on time. Am the only one. Have important Conversation with acting boss about the practical steps needed for my upcoming job transition. Decide to start new job in four weeks' time, and to take a week of vacation before then. (Well, except for the Wednesday, because I have an important class to attend.) Steadily make great progress on a variety of fronts, mostly clearing up things from last week, tying up loose ends, and getting things back on track. Home, dinner with DH, piddling about now. Will z soon.

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