How time flies! I know I’ve said this before, but here I type, it’s the beginning, nah almost middle of November. Baby R is 9 months old, the leaves are changing, work is crazy, and I’m just now figuring out that I only have 3 semester’s left until I can proudly say I am a Georgetown University graduate. Wow. That’s a lot of stuff coming from a variety of different directions.
Not to mention, that I only have 1 – just 1 – Christmas present, and I’m usually close to down by now. I have the mother of all gifts for my husband (no, I’m not expecting baby #2) but it is AWESOME, and I know he’ll love it. Other than that I’ve got nada for anyone. I’ve got lots of ideas but limited time to implement. If there ever was a time to have a pause button for life, now would be it.
It’s hard to believe its already the middle, getting to be the end of September. I feel like I just posted a few days ago, but it turns out its been a few weeks! I know time flies when you’re having fun, but lately I feel like I need a time machine just to go back and get things done! Somewhere between the beginning of the month and now , a million little things have happened, and a million more were forgotten. Last week I headed to TJ Maxx to get something I knew I needed. They didn’t have it, and when I went back yesterday, I couldn’t for the life of me remember what had been SO important only 8 days ago.
I think a lot of people feel this way, and if I could find a way to add an extra hour or two to each day, I could be a very rich woman. Think of what we could do with an extra hour - and I don’t mean an extra hour to work – I mean an extra hour to spend with the family, get some groceries, make a Halloween costume (it is that time of year!) do some yoga or veg out on the couch. Personally, I would pay a great deal of money to have an extra hour or two in my day. Which means, theoretically of course, if I had an extra hour in my day it would take longer to get older and I would get to be younger for longer. Now that is something I can really get behind! Not that becoming an adult hasn’t had its advantages, but I hate to think I’m getting older. Considering I’m having friends for dinner, and they have kids, and I’ve actually had to prepare more than noodle ramen, I think getting older has already started. Now for that extra hour….
I’m going to try and start blogging consistently again – we’ll see how it goes. Life is a constant blur of work, school, family and lots of diaper changes!