5 things I MUST do! I’m so behind!
Sooo behind…On life… It’s piling up 😦
I’m still digging out from the new year and yeah the holidays believe it or not, and now the aftermath of Jack’s birthday etc etc. omg!**
**And that opening paragraph sat there for two days. Ugh! So busy!! Let me continue as I ride the train home from NYC right now…
Ok, my list of things to DO!!!
5. Stop eating sugar.
Jack: (talking to a friend) And that’s why we can’t buy anything sweet, mom will eat it all. (Whatever!)
4. Get my house ready to sell. Hide all the personal items again. Give it a facelift.
Jack: And what’s the point, no one wants our house and our real estate agent is no good and we’re gonna be stuck here forever! (5 minutes later…) I don’t want to move!!! Wahhhhh!!! Just earn more money! (How simple, wish I had thought of that!)
3. Change the photo on this blog. Sigh. Soon.
Jack: Can you teach me Photoshop?
me: Sure. You can help me change the photo at the top of my blog. (Our blog? No, it’s mine.) I have to update it to say you’re 11 now.want to help?
Jack: I want to do something cool!
me: That’s a good starting lesson. It takes time to learn the tools in Photoshop. You’re not gonna be an expert in one day. It’ll be fun!
Jack: I’m already a expert!
2. Clear out the old, donate what I don’t want and trash the rest! Early spring cleaning.
Jack: Can we go to Goodwill? They have awesome nerf guns for like $2. Alex keeps finding awesome ones!
me: Ok, if that’s how you want to spend your money.
Jack: It is! And look, they have cool stuff for filming like this tripod and stuff for trick shots like these golf clubs… And look! Didn’t I used to have this game? (Uh oh has he spotted something of his I’ve donated?)
me: How about we just get the one tripod and leave the other stuff here?
(Why do I feel like we are bringing more junk BACK to the house than we are getting rid of?? I swear we may actually be buying our own stuff back…)
1. Make an appointment for my back issue. I pinched something last July and I’m still trying to ignore it, and it hasn’t changed or gotten better at all.
Jack: Here, I’ll hold your knees together and then you try to press them out. That’ll help. (He does this once.) OK now do mine.
me: But you’re not hurt. This is supposed to help ME get better.
Jack: You won’t get better. You’re too mushy.