We’re fighting seasonal allergies around here.
Mine start in March, and start to clear up about now, but the kids are having a rough go of it right now.
Lorelai and I were up at 2:30 am…and haven’t been back to sleep (she slept for 20 minutes right around 6 am).
I was throwing myself a pity party this morning.
I don’t do well without sleep.
I was in tears this morning…feeling sorry for myself.
It didn’t feel good.
So, I decided to change my attitude.
Not always an easy task, but it can be done.
The kids and I went to school and gave Reece’s teachers a gift for Teacher Appreciation Week.
(i will blog about it later this week, but until then you can check out what we did the last two years here and here)
Both of his teachers said they had had rough mornings and that the gift helped them to feel better.
I realized that in the hurry to get out the door we forgot Reece’s lunch.
I texted Ryan, and he offered to drop it off at the school.
Lorelai and I went for a run down to the river. The endorphins and vitamin D surely helped to boost my mood. In addition listening to a little Maroon 5 and Adam Levine helped push me harder…I ran 3.75 miles the longest I have run in over a year.
So, I’m still tired, but my mood is better.
Attitude is everything.
Our weekend was pretty awesome.
The weather in the Pacific Northwest has been amazing the last week.
We centered our actvities around being outdoors…
the Kentucky Derby…
and Cinco de Mayo…
When all was said and done, we had tired kiddos.
When Lorelai and I got home from our run, she picked a flower from our garden for me.
I could really be Meg Ryan in You’ve Got Mail…
Kathleen Kelly: I love daisies.
Joe Fox: You told me.
Kathleen Kelly: They’re so friendly. Don’t you think daisies are the friendliest flower?
home is…turning a frown upside down.