Holy Cow, what a week… Not one I have any desire to repeat anytime soon.
Let’s start with Monday, since that seems to be when it all went pear-shaped….
Without going into too much detail, there was an issue involving Angel’s parents that took all my time and energy. It’s not really resolved, but this isn’t the place to talk about it. If a few extra minutes present themselves (HA!) I’ll write more about it on the Other Blog…
Kinda’ cool that I haven’t had to use that space to vent since the week she arrived.
Monday night, Winter returned to our region. Fortunately, the apple trees have had the good sense to hold off a little longer on blooming. The stalwart little pea shoots held their own against the cold with no help from me. The 40mph winds would have ripped away any cover I could have provided for them.
Tuesday, I threw everyone in the car and escaped to the Butterfly’s house.
More on that another day. I hope.
Wednesday morning, we took Angel to visit a preschool. She was overjoyed at the idea of going to school, and she’s talked about it constantly ever since. We’ll be visiting others in the next few weeks.
Wednesday is Grocery Day, too… Tried to wing it without a list. Not smart in the middle of a distracting, stressful, busy week. I’ve already been back once, and will probably have to go today, too.
Nothing interesting on any of the trail cameras, but the mallard was willing to pose for me.
Thursday. Paralyzing inertia sets in… Chores have piled up. Where do I start? Laundry? Garden? Blog post? Read all the other blogs? Go through the photos I took on Tuesday? What’s for dinner?
Naturally, I reverted to form, and did None Of The Above…
Well, except for dinner. I did manage that.
Which brings us to today, Friday. It’s bright and sunny, but cold. There’s a chance of rain tomorrow, maybe mixed with – ugh! – snow. Back into the mid-50’s for next week. My brain has momentarily stopped racing around, and I’m back to being (somewhat) productive. With any luck, I’ll be back to normal – whatever that means – in another day or two.