063. Christmas Tree Disposal.

So, how do you get rid of a dried out, dying Christmas tree when you live in a second floor condo without making a mess through the entire building?
Why you throw it off the balcony of course!

Some how I managed to not take a picture of the tree in the yard. Here’s where it landed though.
Tomorrow is trash day so we needed to get the tree out tonight.
Tonight my dad and brother came by to install my new dishwasher. They were in my kitchen when dinner was done so I didn’t snap a picture (too much going on), but I made a really yummy quiche. Chris love quiche, and I think it’s a great way to use whatever produce I have hanging out in the fridge. Tonight’s quiche included broccoli, a chopped onion, a couple cloves of chopped garlic, spinach, and Dubliner cheese I picked up at Trader Joe’s. The quiche tasted awesome!
My dishwasher is currently doing it’s first load. We’ll see how the dishes come out in the morning (and if this dishwasher can handle my oatmeal bowls!), but for now, here it is in all it’s dishwashing glory.
I didn’t make it to yoga tonight due to dishwasher installation, but I did stop slacking and Whittle My Middle. Unfortunately, while I was doing my core work, I discovered there’s something wrong with my wrist. When I did my first plank, I collapse almost immediately from a sharp pain in my right wrist. I’m going to ice it tonight, and see how it feels over the next couple days, but if it doesn’t start getting better a trip to the doctor may be in my near future. In the mean time, I’ll be doing some modified planks.
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