Today is Mr. Dunbar’s birthday. He is old. Like old old. And no matter how old he gets, he’ll always be older than me. That’s why I love him.
Happy Birthday Mr. Dunbar.
I love you.
(this was the only picture I could find of him since christmas.
isn’t he a good dad? taking care of story time with the bible.)
I am just chugging along this week. My bible study started back , I was engrossed in the conversation that I just about chucked my friends coffee mug across her kitchen counter. Splat went all my coffee. Good thing the mug didn’t break. I wouldn’t be surprised if she handed me a paper cup next week. Then I started talking and lost track of time. Needless to say, I was late to pick up Bogie. So late in fact the teachers called me on the phone. Like “ Hello! Are you going to pick up your kid?” (That means you’re really late.) I was so late in picking up Bogie that I was even late to picking up Monkey. YIKES.
Okay, lesson learned. Than I took Monkey to his new activity class and the teacher was giving me a weird look. So I asked the lady at the front desk if it was okay. She said of course. That is until the actual teacher walked over and said Monkey’s class had just ended. HUH? We missed it? Seriously? I checked my calendar, it said 5:30, should have said 4:30. Great. Winner mom over here.
You would have thought I had totally learned my lesson, right?
Oh no… Today I was running errands and had it clocked down to the minute, to be on time to pick up Monkey. What I didn’t include in my calculations was somebody else needing a potty break. 10 extra minutes it took. AGH. Late again! So not like me.
So tomorrow I’m staying home. And nobody has practice. Hopefully I’ll get them to school on time.
Anyone else ever had one of those days? Or weeks?