Little One is good today. The boys were suspended, they all had a chat today (about 2 minutes he said, what do you expect from 3 15-year-olds who had a fight?), and life goes on. Thankfully.
The dandelions are winning in my yard. If I have the energy, I’ll take a picture tomorrow as a tribute to them. I used to have lawn competitions with my neighbour. Then they outlawed weed killers in Toronto and I gave up. His lawn is mysteriously green and dandelion free. His parents live in the U.S. and have been visiting a lot lately. I should warn the border patrol to check the trunk for ‘contraband’ weed killers. 🙂
Laundry is taking over my house. Dirty piles, clean piles, laundry is everywhere. This happens every year when the weather is changing and I have teenagers in the house. They wear layers of clothes, and take them off in pieces as it gets warmer through the day, and the clothes multiply and take over my life. I try to tell myself I will be sad one day when all the clothes are gone because it will mean the kids are gone. Some days that works to keep me calm. Other days, it doesn’t.
We have our martial arts demonstration on Sunday. There will be 300 students and 1000 people in the audience. Think of me as I am wielding my kick-ass boken and pray that it does not fly into the audience and slice off an unsuspecting head.
I got a job offer and start in about 10 days. I am happy (for the great opportunity), sad (my ‘free’ time is coming to an end), nervous, excited, and ready. I can’t express enough how the support of my blog friends helped me get through this job search time. I’ll post more about the job after I start.
And tomorrow I have a dentist appointment.
Busy house, busy week, busy life. Life is good.
P.S. Biker husband made the trek to Port Dover today for Friday, the 13th rally. If you are a biker, you’ll think that’s cool.