Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Busy, Busy, Busy

So, it seems like once a week is about all I can manage to post. Not that I haven’t thought about it. I have a list of things that I want to post about. I just haven’t managed to translate anything from the list into an actual post. I think that it might get worse before it gets better. I have really full schedule for the next couple of weeks.

Friday and Saturday, I’m having a garage sale with a friend, for which I still have to get ready. Next week Wednesday through Sunday, I’m going to the Quilt Festival. Next Friday is Halloween, which means trick-or-treating. And next Saturday, we are having a Halloween party with a bunch of friends.

And don’t get me wrong, I am looking forward to all of it. Well, maybe not the garage sale so much. The garage sale, hopefully, will just put a little more money in my pocket for the quilt show. But the rest of it should all be very fun. I’m looking forward to everything coming up in the next couple of weeks. There’s just a lot of getting ready to do.

So here’s a list of things that I wanted to post about, but will be old news by the time I can give them the proper attention:

1.) Spike can pull himself up now. He can also spill, knock over, and basically destroy anything left on the coffee table.
2.) He tries to climb over everything. Which usually just results with him crying, halfway in and halfway out of the toy box.
3.) Rex started a little preschool at the beginning of the school year. We seem to be going through the preschool plague that hits a household where a kid has just started school or daycare. It feels like we stay sick.
4.) Between said plague and the hurricane, Rex has only managed to make it to school for both days in the week ONCE. I have high hopes for this week.
5.) I haven’t gotten very far with my Dorothy costume. I have almost half of it cut out. That’s it. I have like 9 days left to get it done.

That’s all I can think of right now. Maybe I’ll go try and get something done. Or maybe I’ll just watch last night’s Heroes and eat some spinach dip.

1 comments:

Ken said...

I feel your pain. I have things that I think about posting, but I never seem to get around to doing it. Luckily, I have Applied Counseling which requires me to write a weekly account of work. By deciding to post them I have avoided blog fade for now.

Sounds like the life of a typical mom. Two active boys and not enough hours in the day.

 
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