The Daily Dirt – 03/04/11
This morning was bliss. I woke snuggled up all cosy and warm in the arms of my hubby. Something we clearly take for granted as the usual morning “hello, I love you” is the kiss good-bye I get on his way out to work. It was nice just to have that moment, even if they’re few and far between.
The peace didn’t last very long before Levi was commando crawling over me in a desperate attempt to wake Brian with a swift whack across the head. Good Morning Daddy…..
Ahhhh the chaos had begun and due to the end of daylight savings…. an hour earlier than usual. Who needs an alarm when you can wake to the sounds of “Mum, I’m hungry”, “Mum, I want breakfast”, “Mum, can I watch TV?”, “Mum, mum, mum, mum, mum”….. Arghhhhh wait to go and ruin the moment Monster Squad….. LOL
Anyway, with great big plans of ripping up the dining room carpet this weekend, I can proudly say that we achieved nothing!!!
I’m not sure if it was the weather or to do with moons or the fact that my children think I owe the 100% of my attention 100% of the time but no matter how hard I tried to achieve anything, I was interrupted and the task came to a screeching halt. Better luck next time I guess.
My day progressed much the same, I got some sketches done for an upcoming project and that was about it really. Jai went to a mate’s 7th birthday party, and that got me thinking I had better start planning my own kids parties very soon too.
I’ve also decided to undertake the whole Photo Of The Day concept and get snapping. I figure with the little time i have these day’s to dedicate to my scrapping, I must be missing out on preserving heaps of precious moments and memories. so this will be my brief way of documenting our lives until I rediscover that thing once know as “FREE TIME”….. 🙂
My motivation seems to be in a bit of a lull at the moment.
I think it’s always harder to get going when it’s so very cold. It must definitely be time to fire up the heater and leave it on when we’re at home. Brrrrrrr it’s been so chilly.
Well on that note I might just flick my electric blanket on, make a warm milo and get ready for bed!