My Husband "Subvet" says that when our first son "Sonshine" was born the sun rose on our world, when our second son "Gator" was born the sun laughed and when our daughter "Sugars" was born all the flowers bloomed. That says it all.

"Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass...
It's about learning how to dance in the rain."

Your mind is the garden, your
thoughts are the seeds, the harvest can either be flowers or weeds. — William

Monday, August 17, 2009

runing around in my head

Hi there.

I have a couple different posts chasing themselves around my head.

first there's the post telling all about MY FAVORITE FRIAR coming to dinner. (no I didn't take a single photograph!!)

then there's the post telling all about the day I woke up to find my darling boys BALD! (see header pic)

then there's the post about school starting NEXT WEEK and how that's going to be a brand new adventure.

thre's a couple others in there too...which are making loops in the back 40 of my mind.

but for some reason I can't bring any one of them together enough for an actual post. I'm not sure why this is. Maybe it's just because work has been super stressful this week. Or maybe it's because my body is revolting to flipping days to nights for 72 hours..and then back flipping back for 96 flip again.......etc.

I was even too fragmented to put up a friday fragments post!!

well, hang tight there folks. Here in a couple weeks things should settle down into an all new routine and regular blogging should return.... at least I hope so!


diana said...

ack! what happened to their hair?! i was thinking it was all pretty short but then you said bald... i'll go with that =) glad sugars still has her hair intact.

sorry work's been so stressful.

diana said...

and why is subvet looking grumpy?

Mary said...

Good old fashioned brush cuts. Cool and refreshing during the hot summer days. They don't suit everyone but your boys look cute in them.

Pam said...

I can totally relate with you here!
What with out of town company, nephew starting new Spanish ministry, friends having babies, niece off to college, hubby's birthday party...I feel so far behind in my blogging!

ellen b. said...

Oh that schedule would put me over the edge for sure. I hope things settle down and you get something regular. My Texas family members arrive here today...yipppee.
No pictures of the Friar!!

ABNPOPPA said...


Them boys ain't bald. Being married to an ol' Aganger I kinda figered you knew a good military haircut when you see one!


Evansmom said...

The hair looks cute! Hope things settle down quickly.

Linda said...

My brothers had those same haircuts all the time growing up - that's what happens when your dad is a military man!

Hope all those ideas that are banging around in your head settle down soon and make for one beautiful post!

Diane@Diane's Place said...

I was kinda nervous as my eyes panned across, knowing that Sugars was in her Daddy's lap and everyone else so far had a buzz cut! Whew! Glad to see Mr. Happy Clippers left her golden locks untouched. ;o)

Hope work is less of a hassle this week.....


Stephanie D. said...

Everyone looks happy except Subvet. Glad Sugars didn't get the military buzz.

I feel for you--I do the flip/flop thing , too--usually for only 2 nights at a time. There's just too much to be done to stay on a daysleeper schedule. You'll get used to it.

Mrs4444 said...

No worries-take the time you need to adjust. I think the boys look adorable; I love summer cuts :)