Weekends are always busy. Most Saturdays we’re up and out early for work, sports, events, activities, etc. When there is a Saturday that we don’t have to be somewhere I may act a little lazy. I still get up early, I do work from my couch, I clean, I’ll play with kiddo…but I’ll stay in my pj’s a little longer than normal. Yesterday was a total full on lazy day. I did a ton of work (in my pj’s) then started straightening up in the kitchen and dining room. When I was cleaning the kitchen floor I heard the dreaded,
I hate hearing the doorbell on a Saturday.
I hate hearing the doorbell on a Saturday when I’m in my pajamas.
I hate hearing the doorbell on a Saturday when I’m in my pajamas and it’s after 1pm.
Because the kid screamed “DOORBELL,” I couldn’t pretend that I didn’t hear it (I‘ve done that before.) So I was forced to look like a total bum and answer it in my pj’s. It was just someone in the neighborhood with information on an event, but I still felt scummy.
if I actually looked like this in my pajamas I probably wouldn’t be so embarrassed to answer the door
When I tweeted that I had just been caught by an unannounced visitor as a late in the day pj offender I was relieved to find that I’m not the only one who isn’t a fan of the doorbell on Saturdays. I was even more relieved to discover that I’m not the only one who has ignored a doorbell before. Evil smiles.
Time for a total topic change. I feel like I’ve lived at Target this week. Between needing stuff and hitting their clearance (yes I’ll get jeans for the kid and I for $10) I’ve been all up in the land of addictive shopping. I always wander through the accessories department before I head to the checkout and couldn’t believe what I saw:
FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS! For sale. Like $4.99 a piece! I used to be able to bust out 5 or 10 friendship bracelets a day when I was younger. I wonder if I could set up shop from the back of my truck in a Target parking lot and sell these for $3 a piece? I have friendship bracelet-makin’ skills. Can’t believe stores are selling them. It’s as if the 90’s are for sale – again.