Woke up a bit late this morning but still had time for that 1st cup of coffee with my girl. You all know Emily.
Work was good. Stayed busy and generally cheerful the whole day, so yay!
Found out that my pedi spot (Signature Nails in Vallejo) is open with limited folks inside. Couldn’t wait any longer, so I made an appointment, picked up a small frappuccino (because pedi + coffee = happiness), and now I am comfortably ensconced on a massage-y chair, while my feet are pampered. 👑
I spring for the #3 pedi, which includes: scrub, mask, hot stone massage, paraffin foot soak, hot towel wrap, and RAPTURE!
I came home to my sweet girl, and I am now relaxing…admiring my pretty toes:
I’m going to sleep early tonight, as I need to be at work by 8am.
After work tomorrow, I’ll head east toward my heart:
For the month of April, I work Tuesdays through Saturdays, so today is my Friday.
Being a #saturdaylibrarian is mostly the same as weekday librarian-ing, except that the Vallejo Farmer’s Market that occurs every Saturday from 9-2 increases foot traffic, as it’s right around the corner from the library, on Georgia street.
This is Ted.
Ted lives just outside the library door, on the City Hall side.
Ted loves unsalted peanuts.
Welp! The work week is over for me…its time to pack it up and drive to Woodbridge to be with my Heart…
I’ve been in therapy with Dr. Susan for 3 years this May. We generally meet (via phone, currently) every other week. When we were able to meet in person, we’d have coffee, and sometimes, the best Hawaiian burger at George’s Giant Hamburger in Walnut Creek.
Susan knows me very well by now, and I am heard and helped every time she and I speak.
She noted that I have CHOSEN not to worry about things that are not in my control. This is a great thing for me as I have generally been an, “I can fix it!” type of person.
“Fixing” things is an asset at work as a Librarian, but I was inclined to take it just a BIT too far, at times.
My regular routines are very good for me and I have little concern about changes I may have to deal with.