I’m a slacker. So be it. However, I’m actually finding that this year has left me with very little time in which to slack! Or surf the internets. Meh.
Start with manual field labor through the Spring.
Now, add a smidge of Anatomy and Physiology for the Summer.
Rat Boy finished 10th grade and is headed on to 11th!. Throw some driver’s ed into the mix (someone hold me, please).
We’re currently working with an architect on plans for the Little House on the Bayou, which by the way, has to be erected on 12 foot tall pilings, due to being only 6 feet above sea level and in the FEMA flood zone (go figure). Multiply projected costs by 1 billion…
A daily round of routine chores and errands for the pot (no, those don’t magically do themselves, and my good faeries seem to be on strike).
Finish the day with a dose of
fun family fitness at the “Y”. I’ve started with the spinning classes, which are fun, but simultaneously kick my butt. On the other hand, it seems a bit smaller and firmer, so perhaps a kick was needed!
Creep thankfully into bed around midnight, after Hubby leaves for work. Rinse and repeat at 0600.
I’m posting today (yes, I already mentioned I’m a slacker) because I’m sick of studying, and yet, here I sit at the computer. I also thought it would be good to let the peeps know I haven’t food poisoned myself. Yet. It could happen any day, though. Cooking with only one eye open can get a bit risky.
I did set a pot holder on fire recently. DO make sure to turn off the burners on your electric stove BEFORE setting cloth items on the stovetop! That was possibly the most exciting moment I’ve had in the kitchen all year.
So, here’s some advice for the menfolk on handling stressed out females. Sure hope Hubby finds the time to read this one. I think it applies to every day of the month!
Wine is GOOD.
Learn it. Live it.
That is all.