Thanks-Vember Day 5

5 Nov

Today, I am thankful for my wonderful man-friend. I mean, I am thankful for him every day, but today I’m going to tell you about it.

Mondays are looooooong days. We are usually in class from 9am – 5:45 pm. Today we were asked to come in early for a meeting at 8:30. For those of you keeping track at home, that is 9 hours and 15 minutes. Plus driving time. Which meant I left my house at 7:30 this morning and got home around 6:30. Wowza.

When I got home, my man met me at the door with a glass of… water (right. water.), took my bag into my office, and sat me down to dinner. It was the best thing that could have possibly happened. Then, he fed me, and did the dishes while I came in here to finish my homework.

Some girls get jewelry, I get tater-tot casserole and time to do homework. (and I WIN. Jewelry is for schmucks.)


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