It's Thursday, I am more than ready for this week to be over, but it's Eric's turn to work on Saturday, so the end is further away. Definitely a good time to link up with both Shortmama and Kmama, for what I like to call my Thankful Letters to Someone. Definitely check out both of their blogs.
To my Children-
I love that you were so excited to see the rainbow in the whole sky, i.e. the sun rising, but well that much excitement before 6:00 AM is just wrong. I just love it when the clock says 5:50 AM. It made it even better when you stared fighting with each other after three minutes of being up. Ah what a beautiful way to start the day.
Your mom who is not going to be a happy mom if you do that ever again
Thank you for being able to fill Ryder's prescription and accepting our insurance (no sarcasm here), I like paying $10 much more than $55. Thank you for adding flavoring so the medicine is not completely nasty and bitter--oh wait you didn't do this, in fact it wasn't until he gagged on it and hardly drank it that I realized it was missing. But when I called, you said to bring it in and you would add it.
Great job putting on your big girl shorts and calling the pharmacy about the problem, I know sometimes you have a hard time doing that. And thank you for sitting around all morning and then finally calling about 30 minutes before Alex needed to be picked up. You did a great job scrambling to get ready grabbing the medicine-even putting it in a lunch bag with ice since it has to be refrigerated. And the best part, when you finally got to Walgreen's while walking in the store felt prompted to check to make sure you had the medicine; thank you so much for saying "no, of course I do". And thank you for still ignoring this feeling while waiting in line for almost ten minutes. It made the moment when you stepped to the counter only to pull out his old bottle of medicine that much more exciting. And when the pharmacist said "you are having a bad day" being able to do nothing but agree. But think, then you got to come back with the other two kids! Oh goody!
The why did I put it off and ignore the Spirit mama
Dear Self Again- (is so much self talk a good thing?)
Thank you for picking up the kids, stopping by home to get the right medicine, going to the pharmacy and then deciding to go to Sonic for lunch since we were on that side of town. Best decision ever--no sarcasm here AT ALL. Good job, mama-sometimes you can make good decisions. A cherry limeade really can fix the day.
The good happy belly filled mom
How was your day?