Skip to main content

Thunder Shook the House

Yes, thunder literally shook the house in the middle of the night. Actually closer to midnight and I ended up being up until about 4a.m. This means that I didn't get up until around 10a.m. This could create a problem if I don't stop doing it. I have to be able to get up at approximately 5a.m. when school starts back to get the baby ready for school and fed before the bus runs. I have to print out her supply lists so I can buy the things on it. I have no idea how to get it all done in time for the new school year. The kid needs new uniforms, enough to last through the week.

I can't remember how much they are exactly but I know that it's a lot. I also know that while I get them I still have to keep everything that we need at the house. This is going to be fun. Oh well, I have had some rest and now I'm going to bed shorty has an early morning tomorrow so I'll be going now.

Night all.
Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Starting Over. Again.

Life never goes the way we plan and that's okay. We just had a major change that I tried and tried to plan for only to have my plans fall apart every. single. time. It was when I stopped with the obsessive planning and pulling my hair out that it all came together. We're doing pretty good while we make the adjustment to home. Here's hoping that we'll be completely back on track soon.

Until next time, never listen to the voice that says you can't. Find the voice that says Fuck it I'm doing it.

Killing Us Softly: Becoming the Surviving Spouse of Cancer (Review)

Killing Us Softly: Becoming the Surviving Spouse of Cancer by Red Dwyer is something that I recently had the pleasure of reading. 

Red takes you through the first hand journey of becoming the surviving spouse when cancer hit family. She takes you through the diagnosis and the aftermath of losing a spouse while raising small children.