If we were having coffee, I would tell you that it has been way too long. I don’t get to see my friends often and after two weeks of being hanging out with the kids, I am ready for adult conversation. I would start by asking how you are because I always start talking first.
Once you finished telling me about the happenings in your life I would tell you that school starts back on Tuesday and the kids are excited to get back in their routine. We have had lots of fun, but it’s time to get back to reality. The oldest seems to need that routine as she has asked me multiple times a day, ” What are we going to do next?” her OCD tendencies kicking in as she needs structure.
I would then tell you that she seems to be doing better thanks to her prescription multi vitamin that helps her break down the vitamins, that her body does not allow her to decompose. She has had some down days, but more and more happier ones appear. I am still learning about MTHFR myself. We have also had the other two tested and they indeed have the mutation but we will watch and see if they have any symptoms like the oldest.
I would tell you that the beginning of school again, also means that my courses will start back. I decided to take two classes at a time in spring in order to knock some of these classes out. I haven’t decided if that is an incredibly brilliant idea or an incredibly stupid one. I will let you know when I figure that one out.
I would tell you that we will be seeing the Star Wars movie today so that we can finally catch up with the rest of the world. The kids and I got hub entire collection for Christmas, so we have had quite the Marathon this past week. WE are going to a late lunch first and I am excited to not have to prepare this meal. To make up for the lack of dinners I will be cooking while taking classes, I decided to cook almost every damn night during Christmas break. I am exhausted, but was glad to provide our family with those meals. Who am I kidding, the husband was the only one who ate them. All three kids turned their noses up and ate sandwiches. Sigh, one day…. one day..
The 6yo told me on Christmas Eve that she no longer wants to dance in Ballet. The oldest has already quite and we are hoping that the 6yo changes her mind. I am going to encourage her to finish this year and then explore other interest. I know the girls are interested is, but apparently there a not enough troop leaders in our area. Who knew that was an issue?
I would tell you that it I time to run, before chugging what was left of my coffee. o get the kids packed and ready for a sleepover, so we can enjoy going to a movie. l you to call me soon and schedule this again. Adult so fun 🙂
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