Annabelle in the Grass

Jun
1


Posting is going to be a bit spotty this week. If you’ve been around here long, you know that I post twice a day every weekday and often on weekends (at least once on weekends if not twice), on holidays and even if I’m on vacation, so if I say posting is going to be spotty and it’s the middle of the week, please know that I’m monumentally overwhelmed. This is the last week of school here, the week of graduation, the week of getting Weston off to WVU for orientation, the week of getting both Morgan and Weston ready to go away for the summer, and I appear to be the secretary, manager, chauffeur, director, payroll officer, and circus clown. Is it Friday yet?


Anyway! Meanwhile, please enjoy June’s free desktop wallpaper, if you like! Find it here. Click on the Desktop Wallpaper button and follow the directions from there. IT’S FREE.

And don’t even get me started on my month-long odyssey to get Morgan her learners permit, which ultimately failed, after numerous trips between here and the high school and the DMV. DON’T GET ME STARTED.

I need some homemade Calgon.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 1, 2011  

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  1. 6-1
    6:04
    am

    :chicken: I’ve come to the conclusion that CHOCOLATE CAKE helps more than Calgon!!
    Hugs to you
    Granny Trace
    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

  2. 6-1
    6:39
    am

    …or homemade wine, lol.

  3. 6-1
    6:52
    am

    Being head farmer, head parent, head blogger is an almost impossible task– especially during times of transition! WE UNDERSTAND! DMV is difficult everywhere. In NC, the electronic machines cut off at 5pm, even if someone is mid-test. Their hours are especially problematic for young drivers who don’t want to skip classes to take the test.

    Do what you need to do so that you will be enthused and ready to keep bringing us this great blog.

  4. 6-1
    7:34
    am

    No problem here. We will be thinking about you. Been there, done that, and so glad it’s your turn for a while and not mine. ;)

  5. 6-1
    7:45
    am

    Take all the time you need. Most of us have been there, done (most of) that, and we’ll be here when you get back!

  6. 6-1
    7:52
    am

    Once those children are gone feel free to set naked by the River with a bottle of wine!
    ~~HUGS~~

  7. 6-1
    8:50
    am

    A glass of wine while sitting on the rocks in the creek…. then later a nice long bath with vanilla scented bath salts… {{{huggs}}} crazy here this week too….

  8. 6-1
    8:57
    am

    Do what you gotta do, Mama! I just did graduation a week ago…whew! My last baby, done with school, done with school activities, done. And this August I will NOT be going to a hot, sticky, looong registration at the high school…Cause I’m DONE!! Yay for done!
    Meanwhile, we’ll all be patiently waiting for your return. Take lots of deep breaths!

  9. 6-1
    9:19
    am

    Holy cow! That’s a huge list! Good luck with it all. We’ve got your back.

  10. 6-1
    9:28
    am

    And I just started round two. lol
    I’m now babysitting grandson everyday while momma goes back to work long enough to get daddy through trucker’s school.

  11. 6-1
    10:23
    am

    You need some homemade Calgon in the form of help. I’d love to, but how from here???? See what is left of you next week?!

  12. 6-1
    10:51
    am

    Oh boy!!!!!!!!!!!! you are very busy. take your time we will all be here waiting for your return. Where is your happy card!!! Take a deep deep breath some how us mothers always have such a load this time of year. Thinking of you :happyflower:

  13. 6-1
    11:21
    am

    oh my. take a few deep breaths Suzanne, and then enjoy the time with your family doing what needs to be done. we’ll all be here when you catch your breath…
    have a great week. :hug:

  14. 6-1
    12:18
    pm

    Hang in there, keep breathing….because this too shall pass and we will all still be here when it does. We know that life has it’s ebbs and flows and posting has to go with it. Enjoy what you can of it and don’t sweat the rest.

  15. 6-1
    12:42
    pm

    Prayers and positive energy going up for you….try some epsom salts and lavendar, works wonders for me…. :happyflower:

  16. 6-1
    2:17
    pm

    Took me 3 tries to get my driver’s license. :hissyfit:
    Hang in there!

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