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Hard Day

We've been seeing alot of this lately...yes, that would be the remote control. I guess she is already wanting to be in control of the TV! 

I am just now starting to get pictures of me that I actually like. I guess I just have been really down on myself recently - my hair needs to be done, I need a tan, I need to lose some weight....





I woke up this morning in a really. really, really bad mood. Like a I-am-afraid-my-husband-is-about-to-pack-it-up-and-wish-me-the-best kind of bad moods. 

My daughter woke up at 3:45 needing to eat. Back to sleep.

My stepson woke us up at 6:30 to ask if he could put his clothes on. Uuhhhh....wha? Back to sleep.

 Then he came in again at 6:45 to ask if he could play Wii, even after we've had multiple conversations about NOT waking us up before 7:00. And even then, if it's 7:00, yes, you may turn on the Wii at a low volume.

Did he remember?


I couldn't go back to sleep after that. This week, I've gotten about 4 hours of sleep a night. I can usually survive on that for a few nights, until I just need a rest TO rest. I need a good night's sleep. I didn't get that last night. And I really needed it.

But, like my husband said, "WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO DO RIGHT NOW TO MAKE IT BETTER???"

Nothing. There was nothing he could do.

SSSOOOO....I could spend the rest of the day being mad, making everyone's day horrible, being depressed, sitting in bed crying, OOOORRRRR...

I could get up and make my day better.

So, I did. What choice did I have?

I guess, I have alot of choice. I was starting to really get depressed this week. I don't really know why. My hormones are going nuts. I think because I stopped nursing, now it's back to P.M.S. Yuck.

Pray for me. I have lost alot of my patience these days - pray that my husband just doesn't throw in the towel. Just kidding, he wouldn't do that.

Life is hard sometimes, isn't it?


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