Monday, December 2 – Asks for turkey leftover ideas; Posts photos of empty office, TJ Maxx “art,” rearranging living room, L’s multiple outfits, M in refrigerator, turkey baseballs.
Tuesday, December 3 – Claims to have earned back 1550.32 times her original expenditure on her health supplement pack; posts photo of “vintage me.” Breaks phone; stays offline.
Wednesday, December 4 – Property taxes/interest/penalties are finally paid, four months late.
Thursday, December 5 – Gets new phone, is back online; wants to know who lives near Toronto, Canada or Australia; asks readers if 36 is okay to start wearing an “old lady’s nightgown”; posts photos of C sick, pumping gas, MSC at Target, photo display, unmade bed.
Friday, December 6 – Gets ready to decorate as yet unpurchased Christmas tree; posts photos of S, front entry, cubby space, Lincoln Logs, double texting, rearranging, L, party planning, turkey leftovers, painting furniture, Christmas tree supplies.
Saturday, December 7 – Posts photos of chalkboard greeting, Christmas tree chopping, painted dresser, Ethiopian triptych, tree progress x 3.
Sunday, December 8 – Asks for advice on hiding the Facebook posts from “overachieving Elf on the Shelf moms”; posts photos of Kitty, under the bed clothes system, refurbished dresser, S outside, L with helmet, S outside #2.
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