With the introduction of Interactive Metronome into our schedule, we are never home. Ever.
Add in Crossfit 4 times a week, orthodontist appointments, preschool dropoffs, occupational therapy appointments, and everything else under the sun, and we are home even less.
I decided that I was going to blog every day in November. I've got a lot I need to say! A lot of changes taking place. Em is off traipsing around Japan for just over two weeks, so I am trying to keep Abs and Junior occupied. Actually I spend my time lugging a box of toys to Ab's appointments so that Junior is kept occupied.
Tonight we went to see the play "If you give a cat a cookie". The tickets were free, and they have free activities for the kids before the play starts. Please tell me why I see this one lady from the FRG at all these functions, and every single time the kids are acting like wild animals. I assured her that they only acted like this for her, even though they have no clue who she is and they probably didn't even notice that I was talking to someone. Ugh.
The play was great, and they were both enthralled with the performance and participated as it was requested.
Gunner has dropped his retirement papers. Do you know what this means? If you do, please share as no one seems to be able to point him in the right direction of what is to happen next. I totally forgot that he was in the reserves for years before I met him, so he has that time in addition to the 20 years of active duty. He's done. Well he will be by this time next year...actually sooner.
If you have any input on retirement, please let me know so we know what to expect! Thanks!