I think I pulled a hamstring playing duck duck goose today. With 4-year-olds, not even the 4th graders. It hurts.
In the last week, I've received 3 wedding invitations and one save the date card. Seriously. And I've already turned one down because it's on the same day as my sister's.
There's a mom in my class who brings coffee every day. Seriously. (One comment: What, does that woman have every dollar ever printed?) At first, I was all, "Oh, I probably won't even drink it, I try not to abuse coffee, because I don't want to need it." My sister could probably tell you how long it takes to form a habit, but I'm going to go ahead and say that it takes a week, because I had free coffee every day last week, and this morning, after a sleep deprived weekend, it was all that got me out of bed. And then she failed me today. No coffee. Not even a hello. How the hell can I be expected to function now that she has gotten me hooked? It's not even my fault! Who turns down free coffee?
I was so tired and not okay yesterday that I seriously came close to crying when I saw the rain.
I totally bombed teaching first grade math today. Apparently, I have no idea what I'm doing.
Apparently, I mildly offended Marisa with my description of my trip to MANtana in June. I should also point out that I'm planning on a blind date (seriously Maris, hook it up), learning to drive stick, learning to sail, and general beer-y goodness the kind that comes from hanging out with someone you drank with in college.
Also, Sarah, I get that you think your kid is awesome and all, but a kid who is less than 6 months old totally cannot make the decision about the llama song being cool.
Today's song is Vienna by Billy Joel. The video I'm posting is a little creepy, but this is the song that always gets stuck in my head when I overbook myself.