So my day off as I like to call my kids’ holidays from school did not start as wonderfully as planned. I had pictured us having a nice breakfast, doing a quick clean and then watching a movie altogether. Breakfast went fairly good but cleanup was screaming and yelling and all out fighting on behalf of my grumpy kids and then the movie that I wanted to watch with the kids, “The Librarian,” (a cheesy but cute kinda like National Treasure made for T.V. movie) wasn’t on Netflix’s even though the internet said that it was.
That having been said…zoom several hours forward and my day went pretty good. Jason found the movie for us, later Jenny got to go to a fun birthday party, Nan went up north with a friend, Steph’s adorable friend Maddy and Sam’s cute friend Blake all came to play. Before long I could hear the laughter giggling down the hall as Steph and Maddy and Sam and Blake all played a crazy game under the instruction of Suzy. I remember those times when my sister Kari would direct us in one wild someone’s gonna get us game after another.
Maybe not the way I pictured the day turning out but wonderful still the same. I found time to write in my book while the kids screamed and giggled outside my bedroom door and I must say my writings today were brilliant, at least I’m going to say that they were, and now I’m off to make a lazy dinner. Sometimes life is so mundane and so simple that I have to just bask in its glory. I couldn’t be happier and my life couldn’t be more wonderful. I know who I am, God’s daughter and Christ’s sister, I have a hardworking, amazing husband and the blessing of being able to be home with my awesome kids, even though sometimes I think they might kill each other. Maybe I will never win mother of the year or have a novel on the New York Times Bestseller list but I have a pretty terrific life and I’m happy to keep it.