Monday, August 27, 2012

The Pink Chair

The past week was filled with trying to get settled into our new routine.  And the weekend was spent recovering from the new routine.  I watched the show, The Newsroom.  Good show.  If I told you that I watched the entire season in one day, would you judge me?  Stop judging me.

Earlier this summer our neighbor bought some kids’ chairs off craigslist.  She had to buy both chairs, one pink and one blue.  She gave us the pink one and kept the blue for her son.

 

Remember this picture?  The kids sure have enjoyed this chair.  Ok, I like the chair too.  I’ve played around on the computer while sitting in it.  I’ve also watched tv from this chair.  But not The Newsroom.  I was on the couch for that marathon.

 

Billy found Jazz also enjoying the chair.  Yes, she has scary pet eyes but this picture shows her shame.  Not that she got out of the chair.

 

Elwood Wilson also enjoys the luxury of the pink chair.  He has no shame.  He’s still a decent cat…according to my sister.

At the beginning of this week, I hope all of you are finding comfort in your own version of a pink chair.  A place where you can relax and unwind.  A place to celebrate successfully making it through another day.

Hopefully you don’t leave your fur all over it.

8 comments:

  1. My pink chair this week is my 4 daily hours of peace and quiet. And hopefully being able to get some stuff done.

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    1. I forgot about your peace and quiet! This is an exciting week for you! :)

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  2. I also enjoy The Newsroom (or really anything by Aaron Sorkin). No judgement, you do what is necessary :)

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    1. Aaron Sorkin is amazing. My hubby and I own all the West Wing seasons on DVD - most excellent show. We also made through Sports Night on Netflix and loved it.

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    2. Britta-it is very clear from the names of your boys that you and the hubster are West Wing fans. :)

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  3. Before I judge you, how many episodes are in a season of The Newsroom?

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Be kind, not judgey