Last I blogged, I talked about my dream Mother's Day.
And while Adam executed my plan perfectly,
both Panera and Dunkin Donuts failed on their end.
Dunkin Donuts didn't have any brownie-filled or sour cream donuts.
I could understand the first,
but who doesn't make sour cream donuts???
Panera completely discontinued the ginseing addition to smoothies.
Also, I told Adam to get hazelnut cream cheese which does not exist.
It would've been helpful if the cashier had suggested:
"Would you like honey walnut instead?"
which is what I DID want but just said the wrong name.
So other than Mother's Day, how is life lately?
We've entered the crazy time of summer schedules
where every weekend is packed with something.
A birthday party
or a BBQ
or a corporate event
I kind of love it but I also relish a quiet "do nothing" weekend
...which we probably won't have again until next January.
Also, Global Warming is real and messed up.
These weather fluctuations are ridiculous.
Two weeks ago I was searching clearance racks for long-sleeve shirts
for a freak cold spell with a high of 45.
And then yesterday it was a high of 90.
This is Pennsylvania in May.
We should not have a high of 45 nor a high of 90.
And most importantly, not 2 weeks apart from each other!
He kept the sunglasses on for 0.2 seconds.
In other random news, we are embarking on some fun PAINT adventures.
We* are painting the last 3 rooms in the house:
*We = not us. A hired painter.
We have been indecisive about this for months
and our bedroom wall reflects our indecision:
The Master Bedroom will be the giant gray spot in the middle
(Benjamin Moore: Stonington Gray)
The guest room will be the green blotch
(Benjamin Moore: Palladian Blue)
And Aaron's bedroom with be the bottom left and either of the two top.
Some days I like top right better and some days I like top left better.
In my blogging world...
- since that's why you are here, to read a blog,
or perhaps just to stalk me, in which case, I'm totally flattered -
I have a Part 1 & 2 post next week about how we eat.
1) I find it fascinating to read the nitty gritty of other people's lives.
2) I find it fascinating to look back on the evolution of our lives,
whether it be beauty routines, food routines, etc.
Also next month marks the ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY of giving notice to my company.
Which, in my mind, marks the one year anniversary of my Stay-at-Home-Mom-hood.
I am planning a series of blog posts to commemorate this anniversary.
I'll revisit my SAHM goals,
my SAHM fears,
and my overall thoughts on it.
It has been a fascinating journey for me switching from Working Mom to SAHM.
Of course we also threw in a new baby and a move,
so perhaps a little more eventful than a regular transition.