I'm waiting for my boss to leave so I can take my lunch. (There's only 4 of us in the entire department, so we stagger our eating times.)
I'm also waiting to see if I can get some kind of brain flash that will magically give me the answer to how the hell these reports are generated (considering I've never really worked with said program but I've found all the technical documentation in the world regarding it--it's not going to happen any time soon.)
Waiting for the university and the medical center to send me polite, encouraging notes wishing me the very best of luck in my job search... elsewhere.
Slightly better, waiting for my curry base to reduce sufficiently so it'll be ready for me to make delicious chickens with it.
And best, waiting for next weekend so I can see my big sister and the best nephew in the entire world when they come up to visit. I'm learning a new song just for him- he's nine months old and my biggest fan.
Ha, TPS- I was waiting a really long time for the bad conditioner to run out, and it seemed like it was taking forever, so I just used the rest of it in one go as shaving cream substitute. Now I am on the good conditioner and much happier. Use your sucky facewash as bodywash to make it go faster.
I am waiting for my friend to stop by the office so we can take a walk.
I may have to do that. It's already going fast, because it's so watery and I need a huge amount of it to make enough lather to wash my face. CVS Foaming Face Wash, beware of it! It is NOT comparable to the Neutrogrena Foaming Face Wash!
rmless I always use cheap conditioner as a shave lotion/whatever. It's an old tip I got from some women's mag ages ago. Works so much better than soap (doesn't clog blades) and is tons cheaper than those purpose-marketed "shave gels" or whatever.
Ya, I bought no-name brand furniture polish instead of Pledge to polish our table, 'cause who really cares about furniture polish?
But when I use it it's like I'm smearing Crisco on the table with a dry hamburger bun or something. Never again.
And I'm waiting until this maybe-I'm-getting-a-cold, maybe-I'm-not feeling goes away so I can start going to the Y again after a sloth-like summer.
Waiting, VERY impatiently, for the two most insanely busy work weeks of the year to end so I can move forward with my plan to adopt a greyhound. (I have already found the one I want! We have bonded! I lurve her! I have bought her a bed and a feeder and everything! Except I can't realistically bring her home until I have at least a couple of days free to spend at home getting her acclimated to living in a house! Which I won't have until Oct. 4! And the agency doesn't "hold" dogs with a deposit, so someone else might come along and adopt her first! Arrghh!)
Waiting for the train to pull up at 6:30 in the morning to haul me to Munich where I'll be joining germans at their most german beeriness and a lot of non-Germans who like beer: the Oktoberfeste!
And meet some mefites of course.