That's about how I've been feeling lately. Really, just ask my husband.
We are trying to get our house ready to put on the market, Macy is crawling and pulling up on everything, (everything!) Maddi is still so confused about the time change (why did I even attempt to explain this to her?) tax season is in full force and Josh's schedule is crazier then ever. He leaves early in the morning to go to work and arrives (if he wants to remain married) home by 7 unless he has a night class. Thankfully he's very helpful with the girls and around the house. We have had workers in and out of the house busting up tile, laying new tile, removing carpet etc. all week. They're doing a great job but I am so ready for my house to be put back together! I am working tomorrow night (this is my hopeless escapism from laundry and dirty diapers) and I can't wait for the weekend already!
That ^ is probably the most incorrect grammatical paragraph.
Yesterday, Macy and I were cleaning up some toys in her room, wait, no, I was cleaning up some toys, Macy had all fours wrapped around my leg begging for me to pick her up when the doorbell rang. It was about 1:00 in the afternoon and we weren't expecting anyone. I glance out the window and see a small four door black car which didn't look familiar at all. I walk into the hall and peek at the front door and can see a large shadow but can't make out who it is. Immediately my mind goes back to the family that was murdered in their home by two men who then set their house on fire. Remember that? The men had no reason to do it and didn't know the family at all. Anyways, I panic, grab Macy and we go back to her room. The man knocks for a while (seemed like forever.)as I am trying to think of what to do. Then my phone started ringing. It was Josh who then said, "Holly, the terminix man is there, open the door for him." I then had to come up with a story as to why I hadn't let him in for the last 5 minutes. Embarrassing. I've got to stop watching TV.
I've got to clean, declutter, and organize today. Once I get started I really enjoy doing this. Once I get started..
We had a great time in Dallas this past weekend. We went to eat at the Magic Time Machine, took the girls to a park and on a nature walk, went to an awesome fabric store that was also selling girl scout cookies outside their doors! (insert fist pump here) and Josh and Mitchell golfed. A nice little mini get away. I'll post the pictures later. Right now, Mace needs a nap and I need more coffee.