I mean really, WHERE IS MY LIFE GOING?
In all seriousness, this week has flown by. In fact, The Girl Child had her school musical performance a few days ago, and here, let me show you a picture.
Oh. Wait. Yea, I forgot to take any.
WHAT IS HAPPENING TO ME? I'm totally the person that takes so many pictures, that it annoys everyone around me, and yet... nothing.
I was so rushed, and felt so frazzled that night, that I completely forgot to take any pictures except a blurry one that I snapped of her entire class on the stage.
My mom of the year award should be coming any day now.
In other news, I did have an article run over on Babble, and although I shared it on Facebook, I also wanted to post it here for my email subscribers. I've gotten really bad at remembering to share my "outside" work with you on this blog, (it's so much easier just to hit "share" on Facebook), but I have to say, this article has got to be one of my favorites.
So if you missed it on Facebook, take a minute to click on the link below and check it out!
"To The Husband Who Left Me"
Other than that, I can't wait to tell you about a new writing project I'm involved in (and will tell you as soon as I can!).
The nonprofit has also been keeping me incredibly busy. As always I am excited to see the work that is being done and the lives that are being saved! Recently the organization was recognized in our community when it received a large donation, and I couldn't have been more thrilled! The money will go 100% towards covering some very specific costs that our clients incur, and I was little bit giddy about receiving our first "big check." And by "big" check, clearly I am also talking about the actual dimensions of the check.
Changing topics, um, the weather? What is going on here! We are swinging violently from snow one day, to 85 degrees the next day, then back down to 36 degrees the day after. Mother earth, please get it together! This is what our last two weeks have looked like, compliments of Mother Earth:
An important part of parenting, is teaching your kid how to climb a tree.
Chalk body outlines anyone?
Friends have the coolest toys!
Doesn't every town have a touch-a-tractor event? The Boy Child got to climb on and in everything from a field combine to a crane, and you would have thought he was in Disney World from the smile plastered across his face.
Ducks like food too.
And basically, yea. This post has no specific point except to tell you "I'm sorry that I didn't write a real post, but here's a link you can click on, and I'm going to get back to work now."
Have a WONDERFUL weekend everyone!!
Oh yea... and I have court again on Monday.