Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Feeling better

No pics today! I am finally feeling better! We had campfire last night and it was great as always. Next week is the last one. I am sure going to miss those kids! I really loved running the group but I have decided not to do it next year. I think I just had too much on my plate this year. Once Dax is a little older I might consider running a group again, we will see. I want to have more time to relax with the fam instead of feeling stretched so thin. I am going to take an online summer class. I am a little worried about doing it online but it will give me a chance to continue without needing to be in class 2 nights a week. Savy's dance and campfire are almost over so Mon, Tues, & Wed nights will be free again. I am hoping we can start going to church on Wed nights again. Savy just loved going to dinner and Family Fun Zone on Wed nights. I know she misses it.

I finished the leg on the other Regia silk sock. I have not been knitting much since I was sick so I have not gotten a lot done. Since I am at the heel flap I think I will put it aside and do some charity knitting before Guild on Sunday.

Mother's Day was the best! I just don't understand those moms that think mother's day should be a day for "themselves", away from their children and family. We wouldn't be mothers without our children. How can you celebrate mother's day without your kids!!! It is so sad how many times I hear moms acting like they lost their lives when they had their kids. Sure it is hard, very hard!! But it is amazing and wonderful and full of a love that can not be explained! You should never have children if you are going to resent the change in your life! Anyway, I will get off my soap box now! Check out my mom's blog for pics of Mulberry picking and sandbox fun on mother's day! Now..on to the daily routine. Catch you all later!

3 comments:

Kay said...

I agree with you on the Mother's Day thoughts. I see soooo many self-absorbed types who fight whoever so that their needs are taken care of but not the kids. It is so sad.

Jennifer said...

This year was my first Mother's Day. I was awakened at 6 AM by my crying 10 month old; we spent the next 30 minutes cuddling in the rocker. It taught me that exactly what you wrote in this post; we wouldn't be mothers without them! MD should be spent enjoying our families! I'm glad that othe moms agree.

BTW - I'm in SP10 as well and am visiting all the other blogs.

Carolyn said...

You are so right Sweet Girl! The very BEST PART of my life has been being a Mommie! In fact, I feel guilty getting gifts for Mother's Day....I feel I should be giving you and your sister gifts for the honor of getting to be your Mom!