Monday, May 4, 2009

Melt Down in 3.2.1

Get up can't find socks
Realize I have the most awesome husband who does not hold me accountable for socks,mine or his. (ofb should not comment, as that may cause sobbing.]
Sweet gift from another MG
Meeting #1
Meeting #2
Lose control of meeting #2
Regain limited control
Awesome speaker
Discover awards won by organization YEAH!
Receive awesome bug eating plant
Help put together rain barrel
Drop rain barrel off at home
Library for six hours when brain quit working
Extended family dinner brain still not working.
Monkeys appear to be happy
Screaming toddlers - poor babies, poorer babies mamas.
Brain begins working in reverse, not a good thing.
Sister leaving town again:(
Commit to something I can't get out of so I won't have a day to myself
Head home late when monkeys experience a mood swing
Wrangle Monkeys to bed. When all Monkeys became suddenly, epically unhappy.
Help me, somebody please help me.

Tomorrow I will do a proper post. Right now I intend to fall into a babbling heap.


  1. Four Little Words...
    Calgone Take Me Away...(-:

    Hope tomorrow is better for you...You deserve a rest!
    CiNdEeS' GaRdEn

  2. Never commit to things you can't get out of, that's my motto. :)

  3. It's called the joys of motherhood and being a woman in this society. We must be everything to everyone. We "lose" ourselves in the process. Fall into a babbling fit and sleep some today. If that doesn't work, have a fit and fall in it. I still love that!

  4. Heh, heh, heh... Just wait, May 8 is National No Socks Day (I'm not kidding) and there's going to be some REALLY serious gloating over at Poor Richard's Almanac...

  5. Good idea Cindee

    Monica, I taken ur motto

    Brenda, I had a fit right there in the truck

    OFB, hahaha only you would celebrate no sock day.

    Kim and Victoria, gotta take the good with the bad. I restful night sleep and a afternoon nap made a big difference.

  6. Glad you feel better. I had those days. They aren't pretty.

  7. Crikey what a day! Makes "ordinary" days feel SO much better.