First of all, hello :)
Upon taking a test in Dr. Phil's Doing What Works, Doing What Matters, it has come to my attention that I am indeed in a rut. Here's a sneak peek into how that test went:
Dr. Phil: "Do you change into the same pair of sweats everyday at soon as you get home?"
Me: "No. Sometimes I wear green ones."
Dr. Phil: "Do you stand at the refrigerator, starting into it, as if you might discover something that wasn't there five minutes ago?"
Me: "Oh. Thats not normal? Alright. I can change."
Dr. Phil: "Do your appearance and your standards of personal grooming seem to be on the decline?"
Me: "Okay, okay. Yes. They do."
Dr. Phil: "In order to meet someone new, would they have to throw themselves on the hood of your car, or pull a chair up in front of your TV set?"
Me: "Dang it. Yes. Yes they would. DANG IT."
Then, Dr. Phil told me that since I had answered "yes" to 12 or more (ahem, I 'yessed' 16 out of 20) questions, someone better send out a search party to make sure I was still alive. And then I was all, "Thanks, Dr. But I really don't need your insults/advice." SHUT BOOK.
So here I am, working on busting that rut. Forgive me if I'm scatterbrained, but its been 10 minutes since my last fridge jaunt, and I'm feeling jittery.