Quinn and I have had runny/stuffy noses for what feels like forever. And she refuses to blow her nose because she thinks that'll make more snot. It's obnoxious and disgusting and I just want us to be able to breathe normally again.
We did manage to make it to her class' second field trip, the pumpkin patch, yesterday and she had tons of fun. I wound up doing squats while helping her play on the seesaw, so my thighs hate me right now. Especially since it's been forever since I've been to the gym. I've either had to do stuff while Quinn was in school or just haven't been feeling it. Especially since I can't run right now. I sprained my pinkie toe on the 4th of July and quit running for a while, but when I tried to start up again it just hurt too bad. Not sure if I need new shoes or just messed it up too much.
Quinn likes taking pictures and has decided she's a photographer whenever she gets to play with my big camera.
I currently have four books to read for Erin's challenge that ends on Halloween, but I don't think it's gonna happen. I have eight more movies to watch in Jen's challenge before she releases the bonus list on the 15th. Not sure I'll get all of those done, but I think I can at least finish the original list before the challenge ends at the end of November. I have Rear Window and First Knight checked out from the library at the moment. Quinn has four different VeggieTales movies checked out from the library and even though they're on DVD, they're set up to be viewed on an older tv and she gets SO worried about why the picture is square.
Mmmm. All I want to do is sleep. Or maybe get a massage. Or sew. But fabric is so expensive. But it is cheaper than a massage. I am making Quinn a Katerina Kittycat dress for Halloween. And I'm going to be Henrietta, Katerina's mom. Luckily my (step)sister has an old bridesmaid's dress that's yellow that I can use as the base. I just have to figure out how I'll make ears and tails. And Jarrod's going to be Daniel Tiger, but that's just going to consist of light tiger make up and sticking a trolley patch on a red jacket he already owns.