Sunday, August 24, 2008

Crisis Mode

That is how I feel like I have been operating for the last two weeks. So many things piled on my plate. The first day of kindergarten. Getting my classroom ready. A very sick Granny. Volunteers that don't show up. A 16 month old ball of energy that calls me mom. A trial that wasn't supposed to be. {actually that is my husband's trial, but it messes with my time management plans!} Laundry. Lunches to pack, legs to shave, miles to run. Groceries to buy. Showers to plan.

I would rather not let this post turn in to a total gripe session, so I will end it now.

Tomorrow is Bean's first day. I'll post pictures, I promise!

Get some rest~


Nicole said...

I am sorry! Hang in there! My motto when I was working was always, "just keep swimming......" really. Keep going! You can make it and it will all work out! I will say a prayer for you and Hannah Bean tomorrow!!!!

Justin said...

Let me babysit for y'all some time this week. You and John can go out for dinner somewhere.

I haven't seen the kids at all lately. :)

Susan said...

Hang in there! Let me know if there is something I can do to help! I know that you do not have Luke anymore in your class, but I would be more than happy to help you anyway I can!

Can't wait to hear about her first day!

Angela said...

Take your own advice and rest some! Tell Bean to have a great day and that she is the smartest, most beautiful new kid in school!

Sarah L. Knapp said...

Yay for first days of school! I am so excited for her, she is going to rock!!! I LOVE YOU.

Kelly said...

We are more than happy to have your kiddos come play. They are always so good for us, and my kids miss them. Doesn't it seem like everything happens at once? Mine was 2 weeks ago when we started school, and I am starting to come out of it now. My house still isn't clean, but I did manage to get all the laundry done and put away. So hopefully, this week I can get the house clean, and then things will slow down some. If I can help in anyway, please let me know. I could never repay you for everything you did for me last year.

Quiltermama said...

I'm hearing this so much from everyone lately...It's happening to me too.

It's this time of year when everyone's everything is starting all at once!!! We've been thrust out of the slumber of summer into the cold water of a new reality, a new year. Everything will fall into place soon, just get plenty of rest so you have the energy to keep managing.

You're awesome, and I know you're doing a lot better than you feel right now. Hang in there!!!