Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Peeking Ahead

Okay, first of all, Anja is in her crib and I'm in the back room with the monitor. As many of you already know, Anja snores a lot. But right now her snoring sounds a lot more like meowing. Of course, it all sounds way different in the monitor than it does if you're standing next to her. But it's still funny.

And now I have to admit something that makes me kind of a bad person. I'm reading a chick-lit book right now, and it's fine, whatever; I read another book by the same author and I liked the first one better. (This is her third--they didn't have the second one at the library last time I went.) So anyway, I started reading the book and in the very beginning the guy and girl split. And I KNEW that they would get back together at the end of the book--I knew it. But I got so annoyed and impatient waiting around for it that I had to read the end of the book to find out for sure. And I was right. But now I know how the book ends. Isn't that stupid? Of course, I'm still going to finish the book anyway... the bad part is, this isn't the first time I've done this. I do it kind of a lot. As in, all the time.

That's all I really wanted to say. I went into the spare room closet to dig out the Christmas decorations and put them up... but as soon as I opened the door I became overwhelmed. We have SO MUCH Christmas stuff. And to think of how much we threw away/gave away/sold in the garage sale...!! Pretty amazing, really. I will wait until I have Martin here to help me before I actually start making decorating decisions.

5 comments:

Martin Schap said...

When I buy a new book, I read the last page first. That way, in case I die before I finish, I know how it ends. That, my friend, is a dark side.
-When Harry Met Sally

Joannie said...

I hope you kept that aluminum tree and use it as your main Christmas tree.

Annie said...

Martino! Look at you and your comments! I'm so proud of you. An ha-ha on the quote.

Joannie, I'm not sure what tree you're talking about, there were, as you know, 14 Christmas trees in our house when we moved in. But I do have a lot of aluminum foil... maybe I could make one? ...For you!

Joannie said...

I thought you had some silver Christmas tree or something... I thought I remembered seeing a picture of it. I DO remember the large quantity of them... but since I didn't exist much last year, I just had to rely on pictures and you talking about the house, I probably have no idea what I'm talking about.

I don't even know why I'm commenting here, because you probably won't even see this. Oh well.

Annie said...

Oh, I see it, alright!