To be fair, I was honestly worried about still being contagious after catching a gross virus last week that had me down and out all weekend. And I felt a lot better this morning when I woke up (two hours after school had already started) than I did last night. But in terms of how my day went, it was obviously a #sicknotsick kind of day.
#sicknotsick because . . .
|| I was creative || with my nails. Instead of them being just dark gray, I added a little triangle of blue to each of my ring fingers. It was really easy and probably everyone and their grandma has done it by now, but it's definitely the most creative I've been with my nails in a while, so I'll pretend like this is an actual accomplishment.
|| I watched || Friends. And laughed. A lot. Because it's just too dang funny.
|| I practiced || my Spanish skills. Translating articles got way more exciting than it should be -- but I actually knew a lot of words! So that was bueno. (See, I'm pretty much fluent.)
|| I made || soup. Butternut squash soup, to be exact. And it was so delicious that I had it for lunch and dinner. Go fall!
|| I blogged || for the first time for a guest blog! Allie asked me to write a post, so I rambled on and on about how much I love fall. That was a good way to make you want to go read it, wasn't it? It should be appearing soon though!
|| I read || Z by Therese Anne Fowler, which is a biography (of sorts) of Zelda Fitzgerald. I love biographies & Fowler is killing it with her writing style. Plus the Fitzgeralds are really interesting in a sort of tragic way. I definitely recommend it so far!
That pretty much wraps up my #sicknotsick day. Being #sicknotsick was definitely worth all of the homework that I'm going to have to make up tomorrow . . . well, let's just not talk about that.
How do you like to spend your days off? Do you ever take #sicknotsick days?