Jacob and I are currently ending a perfectly lovely weekend with bad moods, thanks to the ongoing projector installation process. I should say, the culprit of our foul moods is the projector screen, which is proving more difficult to hang from the ceiling than one might think. I would say on a scale from exuberant to rageaholic, I'm somewhere between ill-tempered and sullen, and I think it's headed towards grouchy very quickly. I know this projector thing is great for Jacob because he loves the project and he's gonna be so happy when it's completed, but I DO NOT enjoy helping. It's just too stressful and I hate every minute of it. And it's the exact opposite of how I want to end my weekend.
This weekend Jacob was in a shopping mood, and, excited about his projector, he wanted to get furniture to put in our living room downstairs. After much debate (and three trips to Ashley Furniture), we ended up getting a pretty sweet sectional with a chaise (HOORAY!) and a super comfy recliner that we found on clearance. I know, I know, recliners aren't the most stylish thing when it comes to decorating, and if an interior decorator walked into my house, he'd probably be horrified.
I've been a bit moody (**EUPHEMISM) lately, so once again I find myself so thankful and happy that Jacob is so patient and level-headed. While shopping online for the couches we were interested in, I nearly had a meltdown because I was so sick of talking about it. I just started being rude and snippy and thankfully Jacob is very forgiving. Although sometimes I do wonder about his intelligence, since I can be one of the most annoying people in the world to deal with. I guess I'm just so beautiful, it's worth the hassle.
The dogs had a very stylish day today. First, they got to put on their new coats. Andy seems a bit frustrated that he and Oscar have the same coat because he generally gravitates to a flashy aesthetic, but he really needed something a little more butch anyways.
I was cleaning the house for the first time today (don't judge me!), and I have realized the builder wasn't kidding when he said our circuit breaker was extremely sensitive. Basically, you can't have a light on in the room you're vacuuming because it trips the breaker and then nothing works in that room. This circuit breaker is really testing my patience because I can fall out of the cleaning mood VERY quickly, so it's really best to not have me unable to finish a whole room without having to stop to reset the breaker. Because there is a good chance that when the electricity goes out and I set the vacuum against the wall to wait for Jacob to fix it, that vacuum's probably going to sit there for about three more weeks. That'll teach it a lesson!
To those interested-Ashley and Dana-here is the picture of my hair from the wedding. Despite the initial headbutt between me and the hairdresser, I actually think she ended up doing a great job and I really love it.