So many kids, I don't know what to do.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Greatest Hits

I really want to blog. I have my computer set up. I have even been alone for at least thirty seconds.

I have plenty of material. This summer has been a whirlwind. Just recently there has been training ups and downs, an unfortunate Tayte injury, Craig's list mix up. But when I sit here it's like too many competing thoughts and I can't write. (At least not before someone needs the computer, or I need to help someone, or detach the baby from the new stairs.)

But like I said....I really want to blog. Tuesday is the Hop Day and I so want to participate so I am going to revert to my greatest hits. Don't get too excited, but for anyone who is stopping by from the hops it is a better idea of the chaos that goes on around here when it is not too chaotic for me to blog. Whew.

Mother's Day Post

A Story with Four Morals

Spelling is Overrated

This one was not a greatest hit, but I like it and it has all the kids in it at once. Whew.

Ok. So sorry not to write a new post, but the kids are bound to find me here relaxing soon and demand I regrout the bathtub or something.

I am glad you stopped by. Have a great day.

Today I am joining the hops at Twee Poppets.

And Boobies, Babies, and A Blog.


  1. Boy do I know that feeling. I really need to update my blogs but look instead I'm visiting others lol. Then its off to work. Well Maybe after work I'll get something posted!
    Have a great Day :D

  2. Hi, visiting from TTA and so glad I did. I think a greatest hit post is just fine and actually nice for us new visitors here to get a good glimpse of what you blog about! New follower too-

  3. Glad to know I'm not the only one with a chaotic life!!!

    Stopping by from FMBT... I like your blog so I'm following now!!!

  4. Sounds familiar!
    I'm a new blogger and trying my first linky party via Follow Me Back Tuesday.

  5. Love the story with 4 morals. You are so right about tag cheaters and sprinting...I've got a few years before I deal with the 8th grade boy thing. Whew!

    Glad you at least got a few minutes to yourself on the computer!


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