Getting Closer

...To losing my mind, that is.

 I just spent 45 minutes writing a blog post.  Then I accidently pushed the wrong series of keys, and my screen went blank.  Then this wonderful program did an auto save, and all my work was lost within about a 6 second period of time.

That lost post was titled "One of Those Days".


We're also getting closer to finishing the house Luke's been working on.  I think we're all ready for it to be finished.  That poor guy has been working himself into the ground lately.  A single man is not meant to hold 3 jobs...and be married to the likes of me.  I'm trying to ease his burdens as much as possible, but I'm pretty sure I'm getting a C- on that assignment.  Graded on a generous curve.  And oh, my poor kids.

I want to be a fun and easy going mommy.  My first clue that I was getting even less than a C- on THAT assignment was when Samantha asked me recently, "Mommy do you enjoy screaming, or do you just do it to scare us?"


Want to see the progress we've made on the house?  Click on over for the most recent updates:

Fouch Development Blog: 36th Street House

Okay - time for either a long run or a long cry.  Haven't decided yet.  Based on my craving for nachos right now...should probably do the run.

Lisa  – (9/20/2010 07:15:00 AM)  

are you my twin? Seriously!

I hope your weekend got better and you got a little time to yourself...and time to see Luke.

Anonymous –   – (9/21/2010 12:37:00 PM)  

I love this post. Because I SO SO SO get it.

Hilary  – (9/21/2010 02:04:00 PM)  

Yes sweetheart, I Adore screaming, that's why I kept having kids. :)

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Cheryl  – (9/27/2010 09:49:00 PM)  

I'm sure most days you get an "A" . . . isn't it funny how our kids call us on our behavior? I think it is healthy for our kids to see us being "real" every once in a while and I think it allows us to have the chance to apologize and set an example of asking for forgiveness. :)
I really like your blog . . .

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