First, Cole successfully attended, participated in, and completed an entire swim lesson on Tuesday. After being asked to leave his prior swim lesson, and then his gymnastics class on Monday I had little hope this might ever happen. It was pure joy.
Side note: You know what else is pure joy? The adorable factor running rampant around here that has a good chance of assaulting me all summer long. Love.
Second miracle, I am typing this from the safety and joy of MY computer. A nerd-man named Chris came over to my house to replace my hard drive, talked to me a lot about kale, and listened to me threaten him when I told him I wasn't going to let him leave my house until I could surf the web for Gap purchases all night and he had heard every tearful moment of my journey to have the computer fixed.
It's possible I totally creaped him.
He shared a scary tuna melt recipe on his way out the door so I think he actually might have been in love with me. I'm not going to be able to leave Alex for him though because the recipe including spreading mayonnaise on a piece of bread and got worse from there. He claimed he doesn't serve any sides with this, just several tuna melt sandwiches. I was afraid.
He did fix my computer though...
Third miracle, I am actually starting to fall in love with one of the funniest looking dogs ever. I was worried that I might not ever love like I loved Indiana, but we officially have a new dog.
A strange mix of Chinese Crested and Maltese has resulted in...Bea The Wonder Dog.
I can't wait for Christmas now that Santa could actually be coming! I'm going to start writing letters now.
It's also important for you to know, though not important enough to write a post about:
1. I am in LOVE with the new show New Girl. If you aren't watching, you are missing out.
2. I figured out a delicious kale smoothie recipe.
3. I bought three shirts today at The Gap for less than $7. I love The Gap.
4. Ben & Jerry's has life altering fro-yo, raspberry and fudge chunk.
5. I can't stop reading these stupid Stephanie Plumb novels, currently reading about 2 a week.