Mome reads Mommy, My daughter's way to spell it when she was younger... It stuck. My son calls me Mome... just like it looks. I now sign all my notes to them "Love, Mome". It's our inside secret and makes them smile. I always want them to smile.

Friday, January 30, 2009

This Sucks!

If things could get worse, I’m not sure what would be next. Still no connection. Boog went to bed screaming of a tooth ache. PP is still whiny with some sort of ailment, Has a fever that comes and goes, with no other visible symptoms other than constant whining. She is so not that kid. Usually content to play on her own, she is currently attached to my hip and whines at the smallest thing, like her sippy cup falling on the floor. All this would be much more tolerable if my head didn’t feel like someone had it in a vice, ready to split it wide open, heck that might bring some relief.

The good news is that we got Boog an emergency dentist visit and Hubster is taking him now. Hopefully they can get it fixed and he will be more comfortable. I wrote down the schools number off his agenda, but must have written the fax number down in my haze. Have you ever had a severe headache and had to listen to the tone of a fax blaring in your ear while 2 kids are screaming and Hubster is trying to talk about which card he should take to pay for the visit? Don’t do it. It about sent me over the edge. I wanted to run screaming from the house and find a nice quiet place to relieve my pain, or at least reduce it. But I stayed. Hung up the phone in disgust, hugged both kids, gave Hubster the appropriate card and tried quickly to get the boys out of the house so I could deal with just one miserable child. Not that she is miserable, she’s just feeling miserable…and so am I. Thank goodness for DVD’s because the cable is out along with the Internet connection. Help us all.

1 comment:

  1. Hopefully your weekend will be better and everyone will feel better. I know how bad it is to get things done when you feel lousy yourself, take care.


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