Since I had surgery last summer, I had a lot of time to watch TV. I think I've mentioned before that I started watching Criminal Minds. Well... can I say, "Obsessed much?" I'm already almost to the end of season 8 (yes, from beginning at season 1, episode 1, cuz that's how I roll.). However, it is getting a little freaky lately. On one recent episodes, the villain was using humans to make live marionette puppets that he could actually manipulate. Can you say, "Creepy?" In another one, a woman was using humans to fertilize her herbs and vegetables. Gross! But, I just love the actors and characters! I can't stop watching!
So... I got another massage this weekend, and I got to thinking about the last time I got a massage and all the crazy things I was thinking about, like, "What if the face thingy falls off?" I had to go back and check and made sure I wrote all that stuff down that I was thinking because it was pretty funny stuff.
My youngest will come home from her third semester at college this weekend. She is so far away that I don't get to see her very often during the school year. Next semester, I won't see her at all because she is going to study abroad! She is going to Oxford, England. We wanted to go visit her while she's there, except our spring break is also when they take field trips to other countries such as France and Italy. I want to go so badly, but there's no point in going if I won't see her. I'm going to miss her so much!
And now, it's time for Coffee Chat. Link up at Ink Interrupted.
This week she asks...
How do you spread Christmas cheer?
Oh! This reminds me of my favorite Christmas movie, Elf!
There is something new I plan to do this year. Since I'm head of the department at work now, I want to make cookies for everyone in the department. From scratch. I just need to find some festive cellophane bags to put them in. That's my upcoming weekend project. Who doesn't like cookies? Especially when you don't expect them! I'm also donating new books to a drive we are having at school. I really wish there was more that I could do. I love Christmas!
Have a great week!