‘Cuz I am. All. The. Time.
So much so, in fact, that I’m currently under the weather. And not the asshat Mother Nature weather… bone-crushingly exhausted. If I didn’t have to breathe, I wouldn’t. Hell, if I didn’t have to blink, I wouldn’t.
(blinking leads me to think of Dr. Who, which, in turn, leads me to think about the crack in the wall, as the younglings are doing some kind of Spyrograph art craft and without co-ordination necessary to accomplish said art…they all look like wonky cracks in the wall….)
((…which totally makes sense because today, being a rainy, exhausting PD Day for ALL the younglings…leads time to being all wibbly-wobbly “holy shit is it *only* __o’clock?!?!”))
#gladitude. I haz it.
This past couple of weeks has been RIDONKULOUSLY busy. Stressful. Not always bad or negative…just relentless.
My #gladitude IS the stress.
Because I guided a child’s naming ceremony.
Because I augmented my health with new information and a new hope.
Because my eldest son still perseveres through his challenges and is owning his shit.
Because my husband is going to get a very, very clever giftie for Father’s Day that I damn near broke another brain cell to think up.
Because my daughter will be turning 8 on the 24th and I’ve spent eleventy-billion minutes in a young lass clothing store to hunt through the “red tag” sales in order to procure the most awesome of outfits without going over the budget.
Because I’m turning 39 years old on the 17th and I’m still fucking alive.
Because…and this is a dandy…because my second boy, after taking a couple of years to live with his dad and regain his ground with school…is moving back home!
In two weeks.
Which I’m totally ready for.
Not. Ready. For.
Which leads me out to IKEA this evening to procure some awesomeness(es) in order to make the previously “Meh.” room (because I could never know what my eldest’s mood would do to said room) into a “Teen” room.
He also has owned his shit. He has a renewed sense of education, of sports and of family.
I’m sensing a theme. The force of ownage is strong, young padawans…
You? Did you, even once, notice or make evident something otherwise unnoticeable that brightened up your day? I’d love to hear about it! 🙂