Outside My Window... dark and quiet, except for the very fat brush-tailed possum raiding the compost bucket and snacking on catfood on the verandah...
I am thankful for... rare moments of peace and quiet.
I am thinking... that hanging four loads of washing on the line at 2am, wearing only a thin cotton nightie and gumboots, with lightning flashing all around, was probably not the most sensible thing to do - but that I really enjoyed it - and at least I didn't get sunburnt!
From the learning room... I purchased a bead threading set on eBay which has been extremely popular when combined with a packet of
(Wombat tells me the blue fellow is nakey because he is going swimming!)
From the kitchen... water, water and more water... I am feeling seriously dehydrated lately.
I am wearing... just a nightie. I took off the gumboots, lol.
I am creating... one of these lovely ideas for Wombat. He is ready to start learning buttons, but I haven't had the chance to make him a button frame yet... this looks like a fun way to start - and less work for me means more chance of it getting done!
I am going... to take the boys out for their monthly playdate after breakfast.
I am reading... about anger management.
I am hoping... that I can get Wombat dressed in less than the three hours it took me yesterday... also, that I can wash my hair and get some sleep before we have to go out!
I am hearing... Munchkin whimpering as he sleeps in my arms. He is not having a good night.
Around the house... I pace, rocking a ten-kilo baby, until he falls asleep and I can sit down again to type with one hand.
One of my favorite things... Sacred Space.
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week:
- book the car for rego inspection
- check re-enrolment date for the College of Law
Here is a picture thought I am sharing...
A freshly washed hairy-bear hanging by his toes...
all fluffy and dry and back where he belongs!
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