7:00am (sleeping in time) – I awake to realize my son drank the last of the milk.
7:15am – Trip to the grocery store number 1.
11:00am – I realize we have just used the last of the butter, and I need rice for dinner.
12:15pm – Trip to the grocery store number 2.
2:50pm – “Mom, here’s my gym clothes from my bag and my sweats need cleaning.” No problem. Go to pantry. Only 1/8th cup of laundry detergent remains.
3:00pm – Trip to the grocery store number 3.
4:30pm – “Mom, I don’t have enough colored pencils anymore. I need more green for my project and I just used up the last of the green.” “So you need more colored pencils?! When is this project due?” “Tuesday morning mom . . .”
4:45pm – Trip to store next to the grocery store with son. Does this count as number 4? Even though it’s a different store?
7:00pm – “Mom?” “Yes?” “I think I need a binder for Biology and I am almost out of paper . . .” “Do you have to have it tonight?” “I should, but I can make due until Tuesday.”
Thank God. Because I was going to have to kill myself. When does he get his driver’s license?
Until next time –
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