Oh dear dear dear. It is spring and my thoughts are brimming with projects and ideas. Just thinking about everything is making me too tired to do anything. Though I have been pretty good at setting up things…ie going to the store and buying my list of items with such exact extremes it would make your eyes roll. Then I drive away and my home routines take over. The same ones I have had for years. You know, laundry, dinner planning and keeping all these floors clean.
Also the daily caring of my precious, sweet children. One is about to go to England, one has a bark cough, one is about to move home from Texas (!!!!), one is working on his license (oh boy, he hit one of our cars with another of our cars in the driveway--even though I was hollering and jumping up and down telling him he was about to hit it). Then there is my wee lad who gets into so much stuff then innocently says “sorry mom”. Then he gets into more stuff.
Those are some poorly written sentences up there. You don’t mind, do you?
If you really want to know what my nonfamily thoughts are made of I shall tell you:
I only have pictures of the last one. And like my poor grammar the pictures aren’t so great either.
I made a knit maxi dress and really like it. I tried on dresses in the store and laughed at my jiggily flat rear end. I felt the need to customize my very own dress. Maxi dresses are not made for short people that have grown six children in their body.
This shirt was too easy to make so made a whole bunch of them. I like the way the fabric drapes (any fabric, too, I’ve tried knit, cottons, and polyester). It makes me feel like a girl unlike a tee shirt which makes me feel like I should be working in an oil change mart.
Now it is the time of day to pick up the track athletes. And since I am their mother I shall be the one to do it.