Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Today I am exhausted, but it was worth it
Yesterday was the most normal day I have had. I tear up just thinking about it. I had a great morning, afternoon, and evening. Sarah L. played with Mason all morning while I took care of Nolan. When the boys were down for nap, I explained all the ins and outs of "All My Children" to Sarah who was laughing and shaking her head. Then, I went down for nap too. I woke up raring to go. I drove a car in the first time in weeks. How freeing! I went to scrapbooking. On the way, the sun was just setting and the light was so beautiful. I could see the water and just smell the start of summer. I scrapbook with my cousin and her friends, now my friends too, from her church. It was great to sit next to my cousin and give her the normal crap that I give her. She didn't miss a beat and cut me no slack which was perfect. We are so related it is scary. Afterward, I went to the grocery store to pick up an avocado for Mason, and then went by the airport to pick up Jane (my sister in law). I felt normal waiting at baggage claim. I watched all the people and thought about where they were going, who they were meeting, and what adventures they had had. Then, I saw Jane and exhaled. She is here.
Posted by Angela Clarno at 8:32 AM
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Dear Angie. It sounds like you are experiencing more of life than ever before! Love to you.
don't you DARE contaminate my daughter with soap operas!! Shame on you! All my years of careful and protective parenting, foiled in a single afternoon at Angie's. (sigh!) =)
Hi Angie - So glad you had a good day yesterday - yippee! I am also so glad that I got to see you in person on Saturday. Hope you are having a good day today also.
ps - don't forget my guest room is available as well as I have a pull out sofa.....
Ang, we've never met but I sure hope to meet ya soon enough. Vicki & I will make it a point to swing through in August to lend a hand where ya need it. I just had to share how much I enjoyed your phrase, "smell the start of summer."
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