The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly over on the Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news of what happened in your life, what’s coming up on your blog, or recap posts shared.
The need to make a service appointment for my car is becoming apparent. My rear driver’s side tire keeps needing air to the point I think it has a slow leak. We replaced the battery ourselves, and that was a challenge. I tried to go to the grocery store, and my car wouldn’t start. Now that we’ve replaced it ourselves though, I may have possibly messed up the total car mileage. After changing the battery and taking my first trip, I noticed the mileage seemed low so looked at the sticker from the car shop showing when to schedule my next oil change shows a mileage number about 4000 miles further than where it currently shows, and the date is January of last year…. Ooops. I also know there are one or two recalls for my car, and I’ve been notified they have the parts and can fix it.
Camp Nano so far is not happening for me. Thank goodness I only need 400 words on average a day so I’m not feeling like I can’t make it up. It doesn’t help, I just finished the Write Your Novel From the Middle book I was using to help me outline the night before I posted the review. So I’m still adding and moving items around on my outline.
I’m very happy to report, we put the ceiling in the small hallway in the basement. This gave us much trouble, but I’d have to say, I was expecting more trouble. We had to build this in place due to the vent ducts and the area was already low. Not wanting to take up more space than necessary, we made it as high as we could which meant building it in place. This made it a bit interesting for measuring the tiles since I’m guessing in the mudding phase, I may have put too much mud or not enough in places, because we may have framed it out to be square, but id didn’t end that way. For example, one end of the tile would measure 18.5 inches, while the other side was 18.75 inches.
I’m feeling really good about this week, but also like I haven’t done enough. Do you ever have days or weeks like this?