Friday, August 27, 2010

Where have I been?

Sick. Twice. Now. All in one week.

Fighting a migraine.

Complaining. A lot.

Battling lice and all the fun that goes with that.

Feeding the vacuum more of my blood. Don't ask. I don't know how. I just know it always happens.

Cleaning again today for in-laws' visit.

Playing lots of cards with a kid in between summer camps and starting school.

Buying school supplies.

Taking a cat that cannot walk straight to the vet.

Taking child to oral surgeon to have oral things removed. Treating the affected area. Returning child to doctor.

Purchasing an all-new wardrobe for a very picky child.

Now its time to take my daughter and my snotty head out for a girls' lunch before resuming cleaning duties.

Have a good weekend.


Marty Mason said...

And a good weekend to you too....apparently it can only get better!

lori vliegen said...

you have every right to spend the entire weekend complaining.....hope you're feeling better soon!! xox, :))

Kelly M. said...

Awww, I remember those days -- ugh. So glad my "little ones" are grown up. Take heart -- it will happen, probably sooner than you think. Take time for yourself, stop cleaning, put your feet up and mega-dose on Vitamin C! :-)))

Colleen Kole said...

I am about in the same place as you this week. Nothing is getting done. But more work is being created for me-and not the creative kind.

My son who is 11 has decided to be picky with clothes-seriously?!!

Hang in there. School is coming.

Jen Kershner said...

I'm just sayin, when you have a week like that you get to complain all you want. You've earned it. And lice? I'd rather be beat than deal with that.

Fibra Artysta said...

oh i hear you on the sick part. i've had some weird lingering illness that isn't enough to knock me down, just enough to make me miserable for the last two weeks.

feel better.

ArtPropelled said...

Phew, you need a good weekend after that! Hope your health is improving by the minute.

red-handed said...

The first time I read this, I thought it said: Burying school supplies. I might have to use that in a story.

I hope you feel better, tout de suite.