Someone dropped the Ball
Happy Monday All!
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend and that all you moms had a wonderful Mother’s day!
So, I’ve created my to-do list for today. It’s pretty simple.
This is what I’m hoping for today! So far, I’ve managed to get up. I guess that’s a great start.
Today is the first day of a very long week. (12) has IV infusion therapy every day this week and we have baseball every evening. (12) is doing well overall but had some side effects to the therapy. We are hoping that they will adjust her drip rate today. It will make it so that we are in the infusion room longer but her side effects won’t be as harsh. I’ll be tweeting from there today, and all week, so if you haven’t already done so, click the “follow me” button in my side bar.
(11) competed in the MLB pitch, hit and run youth competition that was hosted in Las Vegas this past Friday evening. He was the fastest base runner (this is what he’s known for in his league) in his group. We are now just waiting for notice on whether or not he made the final cut in his age division.
Have I mentioned that I’m tired?
I’ve decided to put my Life’s Journey’s posts on hold for just a bit. My schedule is chaotic and spending the day in the infusion room is emotionally draining. I just don’t have the time or energy to type them out so I decided it would be better just to wait. It may be a week, or two, but I will get back to them. I promise. If my new readers are interested in catching up on my posts about my childhood, you can do so here.
I promise that I will be reading everyone’s posts throughout the week and will be commenting on as many as I can. Hopefully I will be able to keep up as well as I usually do. I have to remember my superhero cape when I leave the house in the morning!
Sometimes, more often than not, children react more maturely to stressful situations than the adults do.
More on that subject in tomorrow’s post.
Sprinkles have no flavor. Someone dropped the ball.
I spend my nights wishing there were more hours in the day, and my morning wishing there were more time to sleep.
You can’t win the lottery if you never play.
You will never be younger than you are at this very moment so enjoy your age before it slips away.
When your kids asks you to play with them, read with them, or listen to them DO IT. There will be a time sooner than you realize when they will stop asking.
Ok. I’m done now!