Tuesday, July 23, 2013

A month?

Has it really been a month since I last posted? Seriously, where does the time go?  This is crazy.  It's like time is just running away from me.  It's been a BUSY month.  We went on vacation, worked a ton, pumped a ton, worked some more and put a basketball court in the back yard. 


So we desperately need a roof and we borrowed the money to get a roof...and used to money to build a deck and a half court in the back yard.  How's that for a responsible, adult decision?  But you know what...we don't regret it for a minute.  The roof will last another year and until then we have this awesome deck and basketball court.  Responsible adult decisions are for the birds.  :)

The hubster and I are stealing away next month for a romantic getaway.  We are staying at the historic Hotel Frederick in Boonville, a wonderful bed and breakfast, and we will walk on the Katy trail and eat good food and relax.  The next day we are scheduled for a tour of the farm where they keep the Budweiser Clydesdales.  Can't wait. 

The hooligans return to school in 3 weeks.  How crazy is that.  Guess I better get busy on that whole school supply and back to school clothes list, huh?  Boy #3 grew about two inches this summer so he will need new pants and shirts.  Boy #2 grew 2 inches and gained 35 pounds.  In one summer.  He went from a 30x32 to a 34x34 in pants.  Egads.  He needs new everything. 

After a two week break from basketball we start back up this weekend with the Show-Me State Games.  I am not honestly thinking the team will be very good this year but you never know.  It's fun to watch them play regardless but they get so upset when the lose, I hope it's not a season full of losses.  Guess time will tell. 

On a "you are such a flake" note, I am still pumping.  STILL.  Really, Susan?  Stop already.  I am slowing it down.  Way down.  Some days I want to quit but I love the fact that the pumping completely keeps me from wanting to get pregnant.  Can I pump until menopause? 

And that is it.  Work is good.  Kids are good.  Life is good.  Can't ask for more than that.