A couple of years ago, I had a really bad ankle injury from a tennis practice. (I am ridiculously competitive, was playing a solo against a doubles on the other side of the net, and man, I was doing fantastically until......) Well, end of story, I was unable to drive for a whole month! I was unable to take care of my family. I was booted, crutched, and unable to run my house. Luckily, I have an amazing uncle, and he graciously offered to fly down here and play "Mr. Mom" while I recovered. I had two little ones back then, and it was everything from getting them dressed for school, to taking them to preschool, to lunches, cleaning, and everything in between. I am forever appreciative for all he did for us, but the experience really kicked me into overdrive for a great cause to NOT procrastinate. I do what needs to be done, because you never know when something might turn your world upside down. If something does flip our world upside down, then at least the little things are taken care of.
PS The physical activity of waving and near gang sign throwage does not tone arms, therefore, I now have to go wash those dishes, and head to the "Y."
*No, blogging is not a procrastination tactic to heading to the YMCA. However, my newest obsession that is beckoning me to the sewing machine IS a procrastinator. You will see that tutorial this weekend. We are gifting them this season. It includes a twenty pound bag of rice, a bag of lavender infused Epsom salt, and leftover fabric. Hmmmm....
|They are probably just getting to school now.|