Yesterday I was getting Ellen ready for ballet class, and she’s all, “I don’t want to go. I don’t enjoy myself, and I don’t like anything about it. I will just sit on the floor and not dance.” Ok. Normally I’d just take her and assume she’ll get over it, but she did that exact thing last week too. Yay.
So, I call the place and tell them not to charge us for next month, get off the phone, and Ellen says, “Just kidding. I want to be a ballerina again.” Nope. Until you get your wishy washy self together, kid, not going to happen.
Honestly, the only reason this is troubling for me is because I have to have something planned each day to get out of the house or I get a little testy. Texted a friend right after to set up a playdate for that time. Crisis averted.
I care enough to make sure you don’t miss out on anything I posted earlier this week. Obviously you have a good excuse for why you didn’t read. I forgive you. And I update you:
I’m the new host of #5Faves! Did you link er up?
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I’m not the only bard in this neck of the Internet. Check out some gems that I didn’t Mark as Read before even getting to. In fact, I saved them to savor later. So, are they good? I don’t know. Let’s find out together:
Reading: The Boys in the Boat
Eating: everything perishable before our trip
Listening: The kids are on a Frozen kick. Late to the par-tay.
Wearing: Isotoner slippers
Praying: For safe travels and that our kids don’t think we’ve abandoned them