Feb 27, 2008


Today was a busy one. Let's see if I can make the longest run-on sentence:

Woke up at 6:30, showered, dressed, started a load of laundry, applied make-up, woke up Mercedes, peaked in on Ryder who was fast asleep, got the boy's clothes ready, went downstairs to wake up boys, discovered Mason already up and half way through the movie Star Wars, woke up Hunter, tripped on toy on floor, checked email, went upstairs and helped the boys put their uniform on, woke up Mercedes again, told Bill to turn off his alarm, emptied the dishwasher, got the boy's meds out, sat down, looked at schedule, kids made their own cold cereal, took kids to school, called Ryder's school to tell them he will be absent due to pink eye, went to Walmart, talked to mom on cell phone, went home, cleaned up the upstairs, puttered around, got Ryder dressed and fed, checked email (I'm an addict), talked to Bill who has been in bed with a migraine, ate yogurt and string cheese for breakfast, (yes--it is still morning!), called city traffic engineer to see about getting an "autistic child" street sign, searched for Ryder's immunization record, transferred laundry, picked up kids from school at 12:20 (half day), grabbed fast food, ate in car at dentist parking lot, Mercedes had dentist appt--two teeth extracted and two cysts drained, drove home, checked on Bill and Ryder, Bill was studying, fed Ryder, put him down for a nap, went to pick up Hunter at counselor's office, discussed therapy plan, talked to PSR worker about new PSR worker, dropped off Ryder's birth certificate for Center, drove home, filled out autism questionnaire online for 2 of the kids, (more to do), talked to sister on phone, talked to mom on phone, talked to Father-in-Law on phone, got dinner on stove, got Hunter ready for Scouts, ate dinner, got ready for a school family meeting for Title 1, took family to school, attended meeting with blurry, tired eyes, couldn't see the speaker, at least I could hear, gave kids medicine, eye drops for pink eye, wiped a dirty bum, decided to do bath night tomorrow instead, tucked one kid in, waiting for the other to wind down, got ready for bed myself, checked my messages, and now, here I am blogging until American Idol is over and I can watch what I recorded without the kids interrupting. I'm done. G'Night!

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Ernie and Oscar learn they like different things-great for kids on the Spectrum!