The trouble with having so much to do is that there is very little time to process your thoughts. The end of the school year is approaching like a freight train, and carries with it many meetings, parties, and responsibilities. I've felt, more than once in the past week, that I needed to be two equally important places at the same time.
Highlights of the past week:
I had one fantastic interview and one so so one.
Dominic arrived home on the school bus in the middle of a tornado warning, with the rain flowing in sheets around us.
We didn't lose power (luck) but we did lose cable and I had painful withdrawal from my Internet addiction.
The fantastic interview was for acceptance into an amazing training program. However -- no paycheck. We have to decide if we can do with out that for a while, or defer the training program.
I spent all weekend, 20+ hours, in an intensive program that certified me to teach sex ed to middle & high school students in my church. I am empowered. Yeah, go ahead. Ask me anything.
Daniel is learning the lesson that sometimes your boss can be an absolute a**hole. However, it is nice to earn $$.
A friend from 15 years ago found my blog and we re-connected. Hi Karen! :)
Nora has rehearsal every night this week because her show opens on Friday. Summer truly begins when the show closes on Sunday. Time to put on my backstage mom clothes!
Chill out, everyone.