After lunch (which I ate at my desk, since I had to be around at all times to answer phones), I dug into the charity box of chocolates. I got a Time Out. I wanted it instead of my apple. This is why you can't keep chocolate around me.
It rained the whole drive home. Once I got back, I really wanted to change into comfortable clothes and lounge around in the warm apartment while occasionally cleaning. I would have been able to do that if I woke up when my alarm went off at 5:30 to go to the gym, but I went back to sleep instead. After work, I had no excuses! I dragged myself to the gym, but I of course felt fine by the time I got there. I did 40 minutes on the elliptical, and then I called it a day.
I cleaned a little when I got back, and then we made dinner. We had chicken schnitzels in the fridge that just needed to be thrown on the pan to cook. We also added pasta sauce and cheese to make it a parmy. We also heated up veggies for a healthy factor. As it turned out, it was disgusting. The chicken tasted like dog food might taste, and the texture was rubbery. Yuck. I ate the cheese off of it, and that was pretty much it. The only good parts of the veggies were the peas and corn (the carrots and potatoes were way too soft for my liking and had no taste), so I ate those off the plate.
This dinner would not have happened if I made a meal plan this week. Ugh.
So, I just want you all to know that I really do appreciate grammar, and I proofread my posts! Sometimes, I just don't proofread well enough. If you ever see that I made a stupid error like the one above, you can tell me in my comments section or on my contact form. I mean it. I will not be offended. Just don't make me cry.
I also realize that my grammar is not perfect, even if I wanted it to be. I do start sentence with "but" and "and", and I don't even always write in complete sentences. If I wrote like I was trying to write an essay, my writing style on my blog would not sound conversational. It would sound too formal and not like me.
That is all. Make sure that you don't make those silly mistakes above, either! Good grammar is more important than you think. You don't want a bunch of people on Facebook thinking that you don't know the difference between your "your" and "you're", do you? How about your boss or somebody you want to hire you?
**Update on Tim Tams**
Pepperidge Farm makes Tim Tams in the US, but I'm not sure if they are for a limited time. If you can get your hands on them, you should! We finished all of our today :(