Friday, April 18, 2008

It's the thought that counts right? Yeah, Not Really!

Has another week already gone by? Wow! Ya know, there really isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about blogging and I usually have it in my plans for the day, but by the time I get home from work at 7:30, eat suppah, clean up from suppah, get Jordan ready for bed (this most times includes a bath), read him a story and tuck him in and do laundry it's usually 10:00 and I'm not sure if my brain works past that time. And actually, right now I've been attempting this post for the last hour while I'm at work, but people keep pestering me about work stuff, how dare them! So, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.

..Stand by for the newest picture to the picture project at the end of this post.

Until that though, I wanted to tell you of another place where you can read my works and hear about my ever so boring life. I may have mentioned it before, but we here at WLBZ 2 and WCSH 6 have started a new website for Maine Moms, and within that website of mom forums and stories that affect any parent really, there is a blog link where I write at least once a week. My scheduled day to blog is Tuesdays, but I sometimes post on other days as well. So, come on over and check it out.

..Now onto today's picture. Which, I have to be honest wasn't taken today, but I think it goes great with my post as to another reason why I can never get a moment to myself.

And can someone just please help explain to me why is it that my toddler always feels the need to take out every book from his bookshelf and take out every toy from his toy box and throw it on the floor only to not even play with it. And why does this always seem to happen either when it's time to leave the house or when it's time for bed? Why...Why...Why?!?


Maine Mom said...

That picture looks about right. I was just telling my husband the other day how different our house looks in the daytime compared to the evening after the kids are in bed. Daytime looks like a tornado swept through! Evening looks calm, peaceful, and clean. A huge difference! Kids sure know how to make a mess!

Kristin.... said...

When you figure that one out, let me know! I clean up after 4 tornados daily1

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