30
Jun
09

Summer woes

Well June is over…this means I just need to get through July and August and pray September brings a bit cooler mornings. At this rate 70 degrees in the morning would feel pretty chilly. But I figure with most of June being over 100 degrees and the pitch black mornings being 78+ degrees while I run that I can handle July & August.

I can’t say I am enjoying summer much..I do like the lack of schedule and so many activities. But when I am referring 4 kids ALL the time I just look forward to school starting. Now I can say that now and come the first day of school be crying. I am sure I will blog about that too…Summer just feels like more work. I just want a break too…not as much cooking or referring…maybe next year I will get a nanny or a manny.

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2 Responses to “Summer woes”


  1. 1 amanda
    June 30, 2009 at 5:04 PM

    welldearie, as soon as my shop gets up and running, you might could have that nanny!

  2. June 30, 2009 at 11:00 PM

    I’ll split a nanny with you!!!!


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