It’s 9:05 p.m. and I’m finally sitting down to blog. I had good intentions and now I can’t promise that this post will even be worth reading. But I do promise it won’t be too long, so it won’t take you long to read it. Deal?
- Today was a great day. I dropped off Hudson at school, ran to two meetings for Junior League decorations stuff and then picked up Hudson from school. I had lunch (a delicious gyro from Devine Foods) with a super great friend who is a fellow boy mom. I loved hanging out with her. She brought lunch to our house so we didn’t have to risk having our babies in the restaurant. Love that. Good day.
- My sweet boys took naps and then I talked to two more great friends on the phone. Love that.
- I had great intentions of recording a vlog for you all about some fun, organization-type topics. But while I was recording “take one,” my door bell rang, my dogs went bananas and my kids woke up. The second time I recorded it, I played it back and there was no sound. So I gave up. Don’t love that.
- Lately, I’ve been finding that I’m trying to watch a TV show and I realize I’m not really paying attention. So I just go to bed. Or I’m driving down the road and start changing the radio station and then forget what I’m doing and end up either listening to static or some crazy inappropriate music. Weird. Please tell me you’ve done that, too.
- I’m sitting here right now listening to the Dixie Chicks because I still love them after all these years. Just like my friend, Rachel!
- Earlier, while I was trying to fix my vlog, I was listening to The Canadian Tenors sing “Hallelujah.” I think I have just about every version of this song in my iTunes library, but this one is my favorite, by far. They sang it on Sunday night at the Emmy Awards. I was sitting here, at the computer, writing posts to be scheduled for this week and listening to the Emmys. TC was at work and the boys were asleep. I heard this gorgeous four part harmony and asked the Twitter Universe who was singing. And Twitter always knows. It was the Canadian Tenors. Listen to this.
Have a great night, friends!