I did NOT have my transcripts from my old university transferred to my new university, and I am NOT hoping that many will carry over so I can simply add to my studies instead of starting over. I am NOT just a little freaked out by how I will manage to go to school and work a full time job and raise three kids in the meantime. I am NOT worried because it seems my mind is NOT consumed by all things love, and what if I am too distracted?
I did NOT register for a concealed carry class and I am NOT so excited about it as I have NOT wanted to get my Concealed Firearms Permit for a loooooong time. The class is NOT taught by instructors who either are or have been in law enforcement. I did NOT read all of the instructors' bios online (and I certainly did NOT check out their pictures) and let's just say I will NOT be getting up early next Saturday to make sure that my hair does NOT look fabulous. The part I am NOT most excited about in the class is that they have simulation-shooting with laser guns so I don't have to bring my own gun and buy extra ammunition (as that is soooo NOT hard to buy nowadays anyway).
I do NOT feel like I am starting to cross things off of my bucket list with these two latest developments, which is now NOT sparking another post about "bucket lists" in general.
I did NOT take FunnyMan to get a physical and a few shots for his upcoming Scout Camp and the very-intelligent-and-good-looking-but-possibly-gay-(dang it)-Dr. was NOT so totally cool. He did NOT ask FunnyMan what sort of test scores he got in school, to which he did NOT reply A's & B's. He then did NOT ask him what sort of grades he got on his report card; FunnyMan did NOT admit every letter on the scale in existence. The very-intelligent-and-good-looking-but-possibly-gay-(dang it)-Dr. then said, "You need to earn the grades that reflect your intelligence. What you're doing is foolish. It's like a man who has millions of dollars in the bank, but chooses to pay all of his bills late. You're ruining your credit; your intellectual credit." Isn't The very-intelligent-and-good-looking-but-possibly-gay-(dang it)-Dr. smart??? Yeah, I did NOT think so too.
I did NOT have fun over the holiday weekend and did NOT get a balcony view of fireworks with Big-D on the 3rd and the weather was NOT so perfect. And I will NOT be telling you more details, as I am NOT blogging about him anymore. (Seriously, though... no details :) )
On the 4th, I did NOT go down to the city park to listen to my son sing as he is NOT in a rock band called, Depraved Indifference. He did NOT totally sound awesome and I did NOT want to stand and point and shout, "Yeah--the cute one that sings so totally-freakin-awesome??? He's mine! Uh-huh! You know it! That's MY kid!" No, I certainly did NOT want to do that. The weather, again was NOT a perfect 76 degrees as we sat and listened.
I was NOT tired and afterwards did NOT go home for a much-needed nap, during which time it supposedly got really hot and then rained. When I woke up we did NOT take sandwiches, snacks, drinks, and things-to-do-while-waiting up to Kaysville to claim our premium-fireworks-viewing spot. The weather was not again perfect (80 degrees) as we arrived and we did NOT set up our blankets and chairs and proceed to play games, read books, and listen to music while we waited. This was NOT our first year at this particular locale and we were NOT totally impressed by their fireworks as they seemed waaaaay better than another city's "big" fireworks show that we usually go to.
While there, we did NOT see any weird chicks on "crack" and I did NOT do what any other crazy blogger would do and I did NOT snatch a pic. Nope, I certainly did NOT...
I also did NOT say to my kids, "Think I should be a gem and walk over there and inform her that "crack" is illegal?" To which I did NOT laugh and they did NOT roll their eyes.
So...what did you NOT do this past week?