Friday, February 12, 2010

Friday Fragments

 Friday Fragments
Getting all those random thoughts 
outta my head
De-klutter if you will!
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I think I'm addicted to blogging.  Is there a blogs anonymous class I should go to?  Maybe it's just the writing aspect of it that I seem to not be able to get enough of.  I think maybe because I feel so confined to "Mommy talk" when I finally get time to be something other then Mommy, I'm overly ecstatic.  I kind of hope it is NOT just a phase I'm in because....I kinda like it.
(Shh. It's our little secret.)

Our van keys are on a carabiner that has a bunch of other keys attached to it.  On Thursday I drove our van to go pick up Jacek from school.  I exited the van with the keys and entered the building.  Upon returning back to the van and buckling Jacek in I got in the drivers seat and went to put the van key into the ignition.  The van key was not on my key ring.  
I understand now that a first LOGICAL thought would have been, "I must have dropped the van key somewhere when I was walking to and from the building."
My first thought however was not this.  It was instead, 
"How did I drive the van here without the van key?"
For some reason, I blame the freezin temperatures and the blowing wind that day, I could not figure out how I had driven the van there.  Then it dawned on me.  I got out of the van and found the key not too far from the van in a nice little snow bank.  Seriously?  Sometimes I think I'm not smart enough to have kids.

Is it strange that I would LOVE to have a padded, sound proof room?  How awesome it would to be able to say to the boys, "Give Mommy a second please", turn the door knob, enter the padded, sound proof room and just let it all out.  I would scream my head off baby.  I would scream and throw things and slam myself up against the padded walls.  Then I would straighten myself up, turn the door knob, walk out and say, 
"Ok, boys you want Mommy to build another fort, let's go!"

This morning I talked about coffee, children, sex, death, grief, pain, love, friends and blogging.  It was, maybe the best conversation I've had in a very long time.  I'm beyond thrilled to have someone to talk "everything" with.

I had two pretty intense headaches/migraines this week.  Yesterday while I was attempting to drive my fists into my skull, Jacek says, "Mommy you get headaches to much."  I HATE that my migraines are becoming something that my sons will remember about me.  

I've been hearing little birdies in the morning.  They chirp, probably because they are pi-issed that it's so friggin cold.  I hope they poke the crap outta puxatony phil.

I can't wait to open my windows and let the spring air in.  I can not wait!

I've had Under The Dome by Stephen King now for almost a week.  I had hoped to read around 100 pages a night.  There are over 1000 pages.  I am on page 115.  Last night I read 3 pages two times.  
At least I warned the librarian that I would be renewing it like 50 times.  He didn't seem to concerned but come to think of it I think he laughed AT me and not WITH me.

Jacek and Aidan, dare I say it, are better.  The sickies seem to be gone.  Can I get a whoop whoop?

My cat is awesome.  I have trained him to sit on command. Well, either that or he is allowing me to think I have him trained, ya know, so he can get more treats...cuz he's so skinny.

(shhh..I just let him think he's skinny)


Rindie K said...

I love your blogs and look forward to reading them every day. By the way, the cat is letting you think that you have him trained lol!! Cats are like that, very wise, willy, sneaky and just plain smart heehee. I love you!!!!

Mrs4444 said...

Whoop-Whoop!! Glad you're both feeling better.

I'm with you on the addiction!! Guess that means I shouldn't be your sponsor...

The key fragment is funny. I've been there, so I won't laugh at you (just with you.)

Welcome to FF-You're a pro already!! Have a great weekend :)

Kim said...

I enjoyed your key story...I thought that was old age.... now I don't feel so old... (smiling at you ...)

Shell said...

I'm addicted to blogging, too!

That room...I'd be tempted to put my kids in it.

How is the book?