Monday, March 9, 2009

I know it's been said before . . .

{by me!} I don't {heart} the time change . . . AT ALL! Whoever thought of this didn't have kids on a schedule. We know how I love having my children on a schedule. There was a lot of horse play before they went to bed last night like 2 hours of it mostly by Ethan. Aaron got up about 15 minutes after the time he should have already left for work. Couldn't be that my baby woke up screaming at 11pm and proceeded to do that for the next hour and I have no idea why. I think I put her back to bed but it lasted like a 30 minutes so she slept in our bed . . . which means not much sleep for me. We are down to one vehicle with the truck in the shop so we walked to school. Thank goodness, no rain but it was a tad chilly and I didn't wear a hat or gloves. Kids' eyeglasses and the hearing aid were left in the van so they went to school without. We have no bread and my house is such a mess. We were gone to Keely's and Jeremy's all weekend so I have a lot to do. I am shocked that I haven't been blogging or keeping up on my 365 Photos. I'm off to put this baby to bed, eat some breakfast, and clean up this disastrous house. I'll try to be back later with more positive thoughts!

2 comments:

Henley said...

Missed you Mindy! Hope things get better soon with the new schedule/time change! I do love the extra light in the evening - makes me feel like I have more time left!

Cathi said...

I totally think you are "Super Mom". For pete sake's you do more in the first hour your eyes are open than a lot of people do the entire day. I kinda had a morning like that, the part about going somewhere without showering, I had to take Rachel to her dad so he could take her to the dentist (I have a THING with dentists) yep, I bet the 100 cars I met would like to know where I got that BRIGHT blue robe I was wearing, let alone horrible bed head. I thought for sure this would be the morning I would have a flat tire. Don't think I wouldn't have driven the 15 miles home on the rim. Or better yet if the low fuel light would come on AGAIN, I seriously would have just pushed the van all the way home. At least your kids aren't old enough to ask you "Where did you go looking like that" Thanks Luke. I know you can imagine the tone that comment had:( So give your self a break - You really are SUPER MOM!!!!!!!!!!!