I so often abbreviate the word miscellaneous it took me a minute to spell it correctly.
I really appreciated my husband being home this weekend.
I'm going to miss him when he goes back to work tomorrow.
Friends and community are a crucial part of my life.
I think we're on the right track with potty training again.
I'm terrified I've jinxed myself by having typed that last sentence.
I'm considering banning all children's programing (DVD's and Netflix) for at least a week. Just to see how it changes our lives. L. doesn't watch much and it's all "educational" but she gets REALLY intense when she wants to watch her shows. It bothers me a bit.
That's an understatement.
It was incredibly relaxing to run without pushing a stroller this morning. Sometimes running with a stroller is like dragging a parachute behind me.
I've decided to let my hair grow a little longer and I'm trying to embrace the in between phase.
I need to get on top of planning Valentine's day surprises for my sweeties.
Tomorrow I"m probably going to regret not having done more around the house today.
Last night when I was going to sleep I realized that I'd spent the morning doing dishes and cleaning the house, the afternoon baking kale chips, sweet potato chips, and dinner and had nothing to show for it. I went to bed with dishes in the sink, toys all over the house, and no chips left for the rest of the week...and I forgot to serve the potatoes with dinner.
Next time I'll make bigger batches of kale and sweet potato chips.
It was nice to have a down day today.
This week I'm going to sort through my clothes and organize our pots, pans, and containers cupboards.
I've been thinking about our friends back home who have been without electricity for four days now as a result of the recent snow/ice storm. I hope they have power soon and can snuggle down with hot baked goods, hot chocolate, and hot showers.
I hope L. sleeps well tonight.
I'm glad we don't have a lot planned this week.
This is a prime example of a "fluff" post.
It's time to go to bed.