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NSVs from yesterday (and Recap)

Thursday, May 09, 2013

Yesterday was a great day. It was a casual day at work, they provided breakfast, we had a food day in our row, had no bad conversations with agents, AND I GOT MY KEYS!!!!!!!!!!! Happy dance! It was so funny, when I pulled up my realtor was already there and I was going to pull up next to him but he said "No! You have to park in YOUR garage. emoticon MY garage. We got there, went through and made sure everything was as it was supposed to be. I think he was in as good a mood as I was - I've REALLY enjoyed working with him and as long as I'm in this area, if I have to move, he's who I'm using. After he left, I was there for about 3.5 hours tinkering with the upstairs. I pulled the decal stickers off the wall in the nursery (there had been this very nice tree there - but I don't want it.), taped off the baseboards and doors in the office and bathroom, and used the sample jars on different sections of the walls to make sure those were the paints I wanted. Very VERY productive.

Anyway - NSVs
-Took healthy options at breakfast (portion control)
-Recorded EVERY bite from the snacks that were brought in for food day
-My jeans are WAY loose - I don't know if it's because I've worn them a few times since last cycle through dryer, but I'm super pumped that I had to keep hitching up my pants! emoticon
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    That sounds like such a fun day and a great day to celebrate. I would say the small things add up - but really a new home is a BIG thing and we all know here baggy jeans are a BIG deal, too :) You've been putting in a lot of work for both of those things - so congrats!
    1752 days ago
    Sounds like a great day!
    1752 days ago
    Sounds like you had a super awesome day!
    1752 days ago
    Pants hitching = emoticon + emoticon
    1752 days ago
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