Sometimes they are down right terrible. When number 2 is all excited to be dropped off at Sunday school at Grandma’s church but becomes confused because his preschool is also located here and then becomes upset, when he also realizes that you are leaving him there to go drop sister off at our Church. We… Continue reading Sundays are Tough
Here we are again, I’m trying to start running again, now with my companions. I’ll have to fix the tires on the stroller to be able to bring all the kids along, but Jessica was able to run more than I could, which is impressive. I think I underestimated the way the wrong shoes affected… Continue reading Fall Fitness and Getting ready for Soccer
We’ve been dealing with a lot, then, to top it off, one of our two cats, the one who eagerly slips out the door every chance given, got hit in front of our home. So, we are nursing her on top of our other family strain. There is a wonderful lady that is helping me,… Continue reading Seeing myself through another’s eyes
Haven’t been running. Not really. New goal is to get up at or before 6 a.m. to get a walk run in of about 30 minutes in before hubby has to go to work. Been tired and sleeping in to between 7 and 9, that’s after I’ve gotten up around 6:30 to make my hubby’s… Continue reading Check in–or what’s going on
I sent my sister in Illinois an e-mail last week but haven’t hear back from her, so this is what I sent: E-mail 1: Its been five days since I was stranded, alone, on one of the far moons… E-mail 2: It seems that no one heard my distress call as my shuttlecraft crashed into… Continue reading The moon
That’s what my inner voice is saying now. We’ve moved away from the “did you die?” to encouragement. Well, that’s good. I’ve also decided to try running the flat land for a while so I can increase the amount of time I spend running to walking, and I did, today. I want to work on… Continue reading You can’t succeed if you don’t try.
Hit me harder than I expected them to. All my life my one desire was to create a family and here was my family, little, fragile, and needy. It wasn’t all I expected. My little angel came a month early and ended up with jaundice that took us back to the hospital, she didn’t latch… Continue reading The Harsh Realities of Parenting…