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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Weird...just weird.


It's 4:33pm and my house is silent except for the clicking of my computer and some kid crying. That kid is not mine. It's coming from the open living room window. My children are all in their beds. Sleeping. Since 1pm.

Yes they are still breathing.

Yes they really are just asleep and not playing some odd trick on me.

Yes they have been sleeping for over 4 hours. 4 hours!

I'm at a loss as to what to do with myself. I have done all the necessary things (tidy up, cleaned the downstairs bathroom, etc.) and I have done all the fun things too. I finished both my netflix movies (BBC mini series about 2 sisters in the 1920s trying to become dress makers, interesting but not 5 star material...although I think Minnie Driver was in one!) and have read all of my blogs for the day. Dinner is bubbling and Juice will be home in about half an hour. What to do...what to do...



  1. Super weird but also super awesome! Hopefully they will still sleep well tonight and maybe you can figure out what you did so you can repeat the experience. :)

  2. I am so impressed that you didn't fall asleep yourself.

  3. What a FABULOUS day!!!! I LOVE long naps- or rather I love it when I have LARGE amounts of time to get things done, while Madi takes LOOONG naps!! :) Sorry about not being able to come over today. It's been too long!! And you're leaving SO SOON!!!! I can't believe that you're going to be gone for 6 weeks- right 6 weeks?? I bet you're SO EXCITED!!!! Anyway, how's Tuesday or Wed. of next week to stop by??

  4. Don't question it and just enjoy it!!!!

  5. That sounds nice! I think I watched that series. I was totally addicted when it was on TV. But the later ones got kind of weird. I'm not even sure if I kept watching. How does it end?

  6. Jen, not sure, I've only watched the first 6 parts. I'll let you know. :)


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