Wednesday, October 10, 2012

So WHAT Wednesday!

 
It is time for So WHAT Wednesday!
 
So What Wednesday
  
 
SO WHAT if... this cold, rainy, dreary weather just makes me want to be "too sick" to work so I can crawl in my bed and watch the gobs of reality TV shows on my DVR.
 
SO WHAT if...  I softened instead of melted the butter for the pumpkin bars I made last night and I also over-baked them.  What a baking fail.
 
SO WHAT if... I gave my mom crap all weekend for her Phillip Phillips ring tone.  I was seriously wondering while at the mall on Saturday where that song was coming from... from her phone.
 
SO WHAT if...  I haven't order oil to fill up our tank yet.  We have oil heat and it is so expensive and I hate it.  Calling and paying that lump sum... multiple times each winter hurts me.
 
SO WHAT if... I am glad I ordered the smallest cheerleading photo package possible.  I am pretty sure the one I took via Instagram turned out way better than the ones I paid for.
 
SO WHAT if... I got an email from my boss yesterday asking for a company "meet-up" before the end of the year.  In Washington, D.C... no less... which means I would have to fly. I have a huge list of reasons why this meet-up won't be happening (don't like my co-workers, don't get paid enough money to leave my family for a work trip, they are only covering airfare and hotel... what about other expenses, too close to the holidays, etc..) and just explained I have anxiety when it comes to flying.

4 comments:

Cheryl Enlow said...

Stopping by from SWW to say hi:)

Now I want some pumpkin bars!

Cheryl Enlow said...

Stopping by from SWW to say hi:)

Now I want some pumpkin bars!

Gi said...

Hey hun,
I found your blog through the I Love My Online Friends blog hop.
I am such a fan of finding great new blogs and reading about peoples interesting little lives, so glad that I found your blog to follow now!
Looking forward to reading all about your blog adventures.

xx
Gi
http://trialsandtribulationsofgthefatty.blogspot.com.au/

Courtney said...

Argggg about the oil! Luckily it's been a warm autumn, but I hear you. Our furnace broke last winter (like, shooting flames out the bottom) and it was costing us $1,000/mo to heat our house (and you know it was a mild winter here). Since my husband's a carpenter, we were able to convince our landlord to pay for a gas furnace and D would install it for free. BEST DECISION EVER! Heat is now about $200/mo. We have friends who have a yard sale every year to get money to fill their tank - maybe that would work for you guys? It takes the pressure off anyway. Also, try Casey's - we always found them to have the best prices. Good luck!