I woke up and knew that today was going to be a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
Maybe I should move to Australia.
Ok, so if you haven't read "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" you have no idea what I'm talking about. And, today hasn't been ALL that bad.
This morning was kinda crazy...the kids like to torment me in the morning by doing anything BUT eating their breakfast and it drives me nuts. Today was no different.
We had to take Hailey to school and got home to hear a frantic message from Matt and then had to run over to his store to take him something he'd forgotten, then had to take Sarah to preschool group, run some other errands, then go to Hailey's school since I volunteer in her class on Wednesdays, then had to go back to where Sarah goes to preschool group this week for a Valentine's party and then finally home.
I am so tired.
So, it's not that it's been such a horrible day but there were some hectic moments in there and it is just nice to sit down for a few minutes and relax because this afternoon will be busy, too.
At least the ice cream part didn't fall off my ice cream cone and land in Australia. (yep, book reference again)
As for the post from yesterday, no, it doesn't have anything to do with the Basic Grey post from last week. This is something different, something I didn't think I'd get chosen for but something that is going to be so fun for me, something that will give me a chance to work once again with one of the nicest, most talented scrappy girls I know. Yep, I think she just picked me because she likes me not because I am all that talented in what she needs...but I am glad that I was picked anyway and can't wait to start. That will be posted on Monday. From what I have seen so far, there are some very talented ladies on this team, too.
As for the BG news, I am not sure when that will be ready...I'll just have to wait on that one.
Oh, and in case you have a few free minutes over the next few days there is an online crop at Color Me Daisy- just some fun little challenges as a way to say farewell to CMD.