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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Stuck


I have been stuck for awhile now. I just can't think of a single interesting thing to blog about. I have come here and come here time and time again...trying to come up with something.

I'm just stuck. I'm so stuck that no one even visits my blog anymore.

If you are here, then you are reading this. Thank you. Please leave a comment just to make my day.

Various tidbits of my life: I have gone to two funerals this week, one of which was a double funeral for a man and wife who died the same day...so there was a joint service. The elephant is getting smaller on my plate. It has been 40 degrees for two days in a row. My daughter, Alicia is very upset with her new viola because she says it is too big. I haven't played the piano in a while. haven't painted in a while. I do laundry constantly. I took the dog for a 4 mile walk yesterday. I'm somehow managing to keep my head above water in my school work. Audra needs a new pair of sneakers. I've been checking craigslist every day for a new dresser for Audra. No luck yet. I need to write a paper this week. I need to find someone to interview about at-risk students. My dog still follows me from room to room because he thinks I'm the best.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Happy Carefree Days

Two different people on my Facebook mentioned on status updates that they were taking their kids to the Rochester Museum and Science Center. I'm jealous! I want to go. Here's a picture of Alicia in first grade during a field trip there with her friend Kaylee. How I miss those days!

Thursday, February 05, 2009

Elephant Cake

This is how I feel when I look at my plate this semester. I don't know how it is going to all pan out, but right now it seems impossible.

Monday, February 02, 2009

Its snow fun!

I couldn't find a good picture for my post today. I googled around and found beautiful ones taken around our town in the snow...but I couldn't take them. They aren't mine. So today I bring back an oldy, but a goody. This was taken two years ago. Alicia was 7 and she sure was having fun with her daddy going down that hill!
See? Winter can bring joy!