Friday, November 13, 2009

Yay, Friday

Wednesday was a crazy day for me, I'm trying to slowly get myself up and running again. That day I decided to finish up cleaning out the kids summer clothes, after I did that I crawled back into bed. Then our realtor called wanting to show our house to some one for a second showing. {Yeah, our house is still on the market!} It was quite a mess, so I worked trying to help Joe get it into shape and completely overdid things.
I spent Thursday and most of today in the bed, recouping from Wednesday. It's discouraging, I've been really down. To top it all off, the people that looked at our house, supposedly like it alot and are considering making us an offer. Though they haven't done it yet, the thought of our house being sold right now is stressful. So, I'm trying not to think about it, but I am.
I feel a little better tonight. The kids came home for the weekend. I'm hoping to have them home more next week and start getting back into life. I feel like it is time, whether I feel better or not.
All three of them have colds, despite that they were all great tonight. Joe moved Bethany in with Joseph because the two of them wake Jenna early in the morning. Bethany wasn't too upset that she is in Joseph blue room, she is worried that Jenna will miss her, because she "sings her lullabies at night." I assured her that she and Jenna will get a room together again when Jenna gets a little bigger.
Today I'm most thankful to have my kids in their beds at home. They all went to bed so easily and it is nice knowing they are home again. Tomorrow we are off to ride the train! I'm excited for Joseph, I'm sure he'll be beside himself!
If you'd like to join in on my 30 days of Thanks I'd love to have you!


{Kimber} said...

sweet picture!
It is hard to restrict ourselves even when we NEED too...
feel better! :)

Jillian said...

Hope you get some energy back soon! I can't imagine how frustrating it is to be constantly tired :( Hope you can muster up the energy to enjoy your weekend and train ride!

Susan Tipton said...

I've been thinking about your train ride yesterday. I hope it went well.