First of all -- is it "then" or "than?"
And do the quote marks on the above sentence go before or after the question mark?
I want to write and tell you about the birthday party I went to Saturday night and how wonderful it was and how a friend helped me prep for it and how freaking amazing it was to spend time with my friends. I really need to write that post.
But not today.
I took it easy yesterday -- since it was a no school day for the kids. OK, since I felt like it.
So I'm kind of behind on everything and this morning has started out wacky.
First I went to make lunches and didn't have the stuff I needed. So I rushed the kids, we left five minutes early (so on time) and I ran into Kroger and picked up stuff for them.
Then, as we are driving to school, D8 says "I forgot my glasses." UGH. Of course he did.
So I dropped them off, came home, walked the dogs, thankyouGod found the glasses, drove back to school and while I was driving got a text asking if I could sub teach for a yoga class tonight.
Yes! No! Yes! It will be my second class so the whole thing is still pretty scary to me. I'm forcing myself to do it. I have to get through the scary first few classes.
So today is kinda busy, already late to work, having lunch with my husband, need to go back to the grocery store and I'm dying to start a baby quilt that I'm determined to get done for a shower on March 19.
Stop laughing. I can to so do it.