Then there was a zombie apocalypse of a not very terrfying type. We just had to stay inside until the zombie disease killed all the zombies, but I did have to rescue Janet’s Grace from the zombies by buying her off of them. She cost $170.
I also hung the prints I had framed when we moved (three? months ago) and a bunch of photos. I need to go through more photos and get some printed out in black and white to hang. It looks like a grownup lives in my house! And I tidied and sorted my room and the living room – doesn’t sound like much, but it was getting a bit ridiulous given the lack of storage space.
My sister booked her ticket to Ireland today. She wanted mid June but everything was booked so she managed a cheap ticket for the end of July. I must admit that my first reaciton was disappointment, because – I know this will be a shock to you because it’s not like I keep going on about it – but I am so so looking forward to living by myself. But I’m not-so-subtly encouraging her to pack up some of her stuff that’s in the house, like all her books and DVDs that take up half the living room, which will ease my cranky claustrophobia, I think.