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An (Almost) Unbelievable Day

Today was an incredibly surprising day.  Like insane. 

For most of you, it will probably sound like a normal day.  Most people I imagine are much better at daily life than I am.  But for me, it was almost unbelievable.

I got up this morning, got the girls ready for school, including making their lunches.  After they left, I read a chapter of the Bible, because although I am not very good at doing it, I TRY to start every day with either Scripture writing or Bible reading, and since the girls seem to lose pens at a rate even more alarming than the rate I lose them, reading is more doable than writing.

After that I took a shower.  Then I got breakfast ready for the boys, and while they ate breakfast I got dressed, put on make-up and did my hair.  Little Guy got dressed then I gave Boy Z a shower (we had about a dozen people that needed to shower yesterday before church, so he needed one today) and did both their hair.  Little Guy needs a haircut so he is a bit shaggy if I don't gel and blow dry it, and Boy Z has way to long of hair, and needs gel and a blow dry too.  Since I was going all out getting ready I figured they may as well look nice too. 
The face of non-failure :)

A load of dishes, a clean bathroom, swept floors, two loads of laundry, and cleared and cleaned surfaces followed while the boys played with blocks.

At 11:30 I made lunch for the boys, then Boy Z went on his visit and Little Guy and I returned our library books and a movie.  When we got back he spun around (seriously, its like his favorite thing to do right now) while I made myself some lunch.  When my food was made we did our Mother Goose Time (although we skipped Circle Time so it was a shorter day than usual) while I ate. 

After school time was over, I vacuumed while Little Guy did his chore (putting away the silverware), then when Boy Z came home they went down for nap.  I rebooted the laundry, and started another load of dishes. 

Then I sat down on my butt and wrote a post about how my day went, because I couldn't wait to tell everyone it actually happened!

Like I said, I know that for most people, this day is probably pretty common.  But I don't think I can remember when I have had a more productive and peaceful day.  I got so much done, no one got in trouble, it was unreal.

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  1. This sounds impressive to me! I feel proud whenever I do just dishes or more than 1 step of laundry lately.

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