The truth, however, is far more mundane. Neither of us arrived home much before 9pm any night this week, and by the time we drag ourselves through that long of a day and the commute, blogging feels unrealistic. Somehow we can manage most of our other internet socializing from our phones and work computers, but not blogging. Thankfully though, early reports from around the world indicate that (surprisingly enough) the zombie apocalypse is not coming to pass. We had big plans to liveblog the rapture, but now it seems like that would be the world's boringest liveblog of us doing errands and cleaning the house. Due to the postponement of the apocalypse we will have plenty of time to check off some of those bucket list items, and hopefully also to write for your bloggy entertainment.
I'll leave you with a plea for fashion advice. My work dress code is relatively casual, but I fear I've been pushing it a bit lately on the casual side, so last weekend we did some shopping. I found a shirt (for a good price) and decided to buy it, despite Becky's assertion that it was the ugliest shirt she's ever seen. Or something drastic and negative like that. But now I'm having second thoughts about buying this shirt despite my wife's strong objections. So I'm opening it up to you, faithful internet friends. Should I keep the shirt? Let me know in the comments. Please ignore the goofy pose, I wasn't fully intending to post these on the internet when we took them.
|Close up of my chest. What fun.|