Yesterday, while carpooling to some obscure rink over an hour away, we passed a town called Bone Head. 😃
It has never been easy for me to accept a compliment. Maybe because I always sort of expected that I didn’t really deserve them…
Having said that, I’m getting better at accepting and thanking someone for them.
Then, something happened that completely blew me away. But first, a little preamble:
So last night I took my daughter to a bubble. This bubble:
Yesterday’s office hours were a bit of a futsch.
Is that a word? If not, it is now. I made it up. It means, as per my definition, that writing didn’t happen to the degree I wanted it to.
Having said that, I wrote a lot the day prior and I got feedback from two people – one over email and one sitting beside me on the couch. 🙂
My 11yo daughter, a kid with a natural social disposition as well as a desire to be involved in activities, has been invited to volunteer in the Learn to Skate program.
So after her final baseball game on Saturday morning, which ended in a silver medal, I took her out for a donut and then home for a bite to eat. After that, we went to the rink. 😃
Hump day was not good. I won’t bore you with all of the misery but instead will extricate the best parts for you.
Like this one:
So this morning, they left. Every single one of them! I had an empty house. 😀
Today was the first day of school for Canadian children.
The morning was kind of anti-climatic actually, which is a nice change of pace. Having gone through various forms of stress, anxiety or other associated emotions in the past, I didn’t really know what to expect today. Nice that it went relatively smoothly.
Yesterday was a day. Ugh.
Short version: My excellent suggestions were ignored by family members. Result was epic fails all day. 🙃
At end of day I jokingly tried to teach them my mantra (repeat after me: mom was right), but they refused (ha) and so I escaped with my 3rd glass of wine to the back porch after dinner. Left them to clean the kitchen (which I had to finish later in a somewhat, um…tipsy state. Ahem.)
But first, this happened: