18 May 2010

neglected space...

people, I really am alive.

And this little space is looking pretty sad.

I just have too many things in my head. Summer plans, sewing that needs to get done for a wedding, the dress I really need to go order for that wedding. ( In "juniper", I need opinions, people. or this one?)

Planting our garden, the seeds that I forgot to order, ( who forgets beans for crying out loud...) what in the yard needs more attention, our Wisteria finally blooming. ( that needs a post of it's own )

Finances, my silly job, Paul's job, his hobby, ever owning a house?

Will William ever potty train? Can I get Harry into preschool? Is he ready at all? Maybe I should forget the house and use the money for Montessori school?

Yeah. Folks, my head is full. So posting has been crappy. But I'm putting that higher on the priorities from now on. Because I like this space, dammit.


Debi said...

Glad you're back! Springtime does seem to occupy a lot of our time with the many things that need doing. William will potty train, preschool will be a fun adventure for Harry and I like the second dress best... I love that dress! Have a great day!

Jill said...

You will look AMAZING in whichever dress you choose. I like #1, tho #2 is a very close second.

And don't you worry your pretty little head about us. We know you'll be back... life is busy, busy, busy and it ain't slowing down any time soon.

Hugs to all!

Jill said...

LOVE your new title photos! (toes & sox!)


Cheryl Arkison said...

Personally I prefer the 2nd dress.

And spend the money on the house, not preschool. It's preschool, not university. An established home will do more for a kid than any one particular organized play program. Because, let's be honest, that's all preschool is.

Jessica said...

This time of year always makes my head whirl!

Karen said...

The second dress.
I need to know about the Wisteria, I wanted some and my landscaper said don't do it.
William will potty train and you will forget that you were ever worried about it :)
Yes Montessori! Olivia loved it and it was worth every single penny of the $6K a year I spent on it... My opinion only: Any other preschool is just preschool but a good Montessori is truly something special. We had many to choose from when we lived closer to the city but there are none where we are now and I miss it.

Anonymous said...

Where's all the wild and crazy goodness, that job is interferring with real life.