Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Just one of those days

Really stressed out. Always tired but can never sleep. This week is the longest week in the history of weeks. Have too much to do and too little time to do it in. Can't wait till Friday when I can go shopping. I've never felt like I "needed" to shop but now I really understand the term retail therapy. I guess I'm just in a really shitty mood right now. I had plans (which never work out... I don't know why I rely on these so-called "plans") to get our bedroom cleaned tonight. I was going to put Evan down for his evening nap, which usually goes between two and three hours and then I was going to clean the entire time. He slept for half an hour which was long enough for me to take the closet doors off (easier to clean that way and easier to see) and get one tiny area cleaned up. (i.e. toss it or put it in a box to be packed) My realtor will be here tomorrow and this room needs to be at least halfway there. I also have the cat room to take care of but it's mostly done. I just need to sweep it and then clean the hardwood floors. Only bonus to the day, while I was in the closet, I found two shirts I forgot I had and they're super cute. I want to work out but time is limited to cleaning and kids right now. After tomorrow, I think I'll feel a little better, especially since I'll have some time to work out over the next week. (hubby is on vacation for a week) At some point, a dinner date is in the works with a fellow blogger. I'd like to go up to Chicago for the day. Maybe to the Indiana Dunes another day. If you can find a spot where there aren't many people, it's very peaceful up there.


Lisa said...

You do sound stressed - you have alot on your plate and I'm glad you have hubby around for the week to help out. It will get done, that is what I tell myself when I am feeling overwhelmed. And I believe if you are overly tired everything seems like a huge mountain. Hang in there kiddo!

Beth said...

Yep, I believe it will be okay. I know that not getting enough sleep probably isn't helping, but I know you'll be alright. Hugs, Beth

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

See the tunnel, see the light, put them together and there is a light at the end of the tunnel :o}