Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Random Brain Gunk

Today has been a series of randomness. Mostly I've been very tired and should probably be in bed, except that I needed to blog today to keep up with NaBloPoMo. So, a couple of things on my mind:

1. Timmy has discovered the bathroom rug is a comfortable place to sleep. Yes, we've had the rug for a year and a half, and only just yesterday did he discover this. Weirdo.

2. I don't have to go to work tomorrow! Neither does Eli! Though, he does have to go get some blood drawn in the morning. Elsie has a doctor's appointment mid-morning, and I have the cleaning company coming in the afternoon. We have church in the evening, and thankfully, no Sylvan. And then our day "off" is over.

3. I realized at the very end of the day today that I won't be at school in the morning on Thursday (district writing committee meeting) and that my classroom is a wreck! So, that means that at some point tomorrow I will need to go up to school (booooo!) and get everything together for the sub. Ugh.

4. I hate doing dishes by hand. With all the bottles, etc., I have to do dishes frequently to keep up. It will only get worse as we add sippy cups, bowls, baby spoons, etc, as the top rack of the dishwasher is usually full of other stuff. I will go ahead and accept it now that it just will never end.

I think that's it as far as what I have rolling around in my head for now. At least, the things that I have the brain power to write about right now.

Cheers.

3 comments:

Motorcycle grandma said...

Acceptance is the first step . . .

Craig-Jen said...

Yes, hand cleaning those pumping supplies is a pain (Madeline still refuses a bottle and I'm frustrated...but another story for another time). I also discovered that the cats like the nipples. boo! They are NOT allowed on the kitchen counters, but what they do during the night can't be stopped. I came downstairs yesterday and saw a chewed nipple on the floor. Baaaaaad kitties. Guess I can't leave the stuff out on the counter to dry overnight anymore. Stupid cats.

Lynde said...

dishes...oh the piles, those never-ending dishes!