My life this week is anything but 'swingin' from the chandeliers'. Two weeks from today this dag-nab-it air show will be over and I will be almost back to normal. Right now there is just so much stress, and so much to do, and I am working as many hours as I can possibly squeeze into a day. That is, on top of the stuff that already fills my days, you know- children, laundry, dishes, dog hair, dust, grass, blabbity, blabbity, blabbity.
Good news- Allyson's arm doesn't need reset. Dan took all of them to the Doctor this morning (within 40 minutes of their appointment time they were finished and on their way home- what's up with that?) Not that I was wanting to torture him- but I do feel like he should get to experience some of the joys that I get to. Bunch of crap, I tell ya! Watch- when we go back in two weeks we'll be back on the 2 hour wait schedule.
Today Dan starts working 2nd or 3rd shift- what would that be, 2 1/2 shift? 4pm-midnightish. Wonderful. As though there are not already too many irons in the fire, now my screwy husband's job throws another log on! Whatever. I am grateful he has a job, and it's a good job. That is a blessing. Trying to do the whole dinner and betime thing alone is what I am not looking forward to. Then we will have to tip-toe around in the morning so he can sleep. Whatever.
Whatever, whatever, whatever. BRING IT ON! I am super woman- watch me go (crazy). It will only be for a few months- could be worse I suppose. I just want something to feel normal again. Whatever that is. See how all I focus on is me? Me Me Me. I do feel sorry for Dan and the kids- this transition will be hard on all of us. (But especially me : )
Just glanced over to see what the kids are up to- Sam is currently sitting in the exersaucer (you know- like a walker for babies) wearing a super man cape while his sisters spin him in circles. I would take a picture, if I were not so lazy. You will just have to envision that one.