Gavin went to the doctor for x-rays of his hand. He thought maybe it was broken from snowboarding but it turns out it wasn’t. The doctors, however, we’re very fascinated with all of the screws he had in his hand from previous soccer injury. We juiced twice today.
Gavin really wanted to try out making lasagna tonight. We were going to do it together but then I ended up just hanging around, drinking tea and trying to not be sick anymore.
It was a lot of layers of delicious.
We ate together at our new table, which I’m really starting to like doing. It’s a cute little round table.
I woke up today less sick than yesterday and since I have a full day worth of meetings, I decided it better to go in to the office than to stay in bed. (Also, I’m pretty sure I’m passed the contagious part of this flu-like strep throat bronchitis monster of a cold.)
I walked to the polling booths but then realized I left my ID in my other bag, plus I heard the line was really long, so I’m going to vote after work instead. I did that last year and it went super fast.
Fun fact: Gavin and I started dating in 2008, the first time we elected President Obama.
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