Deja Vu (Again!!)

dé·jà vu   

[dey-zhah voo, vyoo; Fr. dey-zha vy]

Noun
  1. Psychology The illusion of having already experienced something actually being experienced for the first time.
  2. An impression of having seen or experienced something before: Old-timers watched the stock-market crash with a distinct sense of déjà vu. 

 

 

What day is it today?  Tuesday? Wednesday?  I am a little confused.  I feel like I’m in the movie Groundhog’s Day (you know, the movie with Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell? Love that movie!). 

Yesterday (May 4th):   
  • Woke up vanless (so couldn’t run errands)
  • Took Shower
  • Folded load that came out of dryer yesterday
  • Moved load to dryer and put new load in washer
  • Kissed Jack and sent him to bus stop
  • Cleaned kitchen
  • Worked on laptop while watching Today Show and Ellen
  • Son got home at 2:55pm
  • Daughters got home at 3:35pm (officially stop working)
  • Uploaded new post to blog
  • Made dinner – chatted with family
  • Watched Idol with the family
  • Went to bed
Today (May 5th): 
  • Woke up vanless (so couldn’t run errands again)
  • Took Shower
  • Folded load that came out of dryer yesterday
  • Moved load to dryer and put new load in washer
  • Kissed Jack and sent him to bus stop (I did make him a lunch today)
  • Cleaned kitchen
  • Worked on laptop while watching Today Show and Ellen
  • Upload new post to blog
  • Son will get home at 2:55pm
  • Daughters will get home at 3:35pm (officially stop working)
  • Will make dinner and chat with family
  • Will watch Idol
  • And, eventually, I will go to bed

Okay, the garage just called about the Van/Taxi – some other part is leaking and it will be another $300 for a total of $800!       

The Van is 7 years old and I guess Chrysler Towne & Country’s weren’t meant to last.  At least it is paid off (isn’t that what everyone says about “lemons”?)  I suppose that one of these days the hubby and I will have to make a decision on whether or not to euthanize the Van and move on to newer transportation.  I hate spending money (I’m a super-saver), especially on cars.  Right now, I see them as a means to an end (getting me to work and getting kids to soccer practice, piano, hair cuts, baseball practice, ortho appointments, etc) and not the end (like guys do!).     

At least I will have a perfectly functioning (yeah, right!) vehicle by the end of day today so I can get into the office tomorrow.  That will be a nice change of pace, huh?  Don’t get me wrong –  I do like working from home, but I also need to be around actual people once in a while!  Talking to yourself can get really old really fast.     

Hopefully, by tomorrow, the Deja Vu spell will be lifted!

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