or is it the weary? I've never been sure, but I am definitely in the latter category these days. Time change, of course, for which I am blaming Maggie's recent need to roust me every morning at 4:30AM for no apparent reason.
And we are busy, busy, busy. The boys, that is - I simply exist to do their bidding.
Both boys are involved in the school musical, to be performed WHILE I AM AWAY - my one trip a year without them and that's when it is. But there are rehearsals - daily rehearsals - going sometimes till 8 at night. There are guitar lessons and hockey games, and Tanner's newest stint, volunteering at our local TV station (his name was in the credits last week for the show he was working on, which was kinda cool).
And there are days, like today, when everything converges and our plans rely on a precisely timed flow of events, where just one thing being out of whack will spell certain disaster (read: tardiness) for the rest of the evening.
I don't do tardy well.
So, it's now 12 hours since I got up and I am making lasagna which has to be ready at precisely 5, which is the time the boys should be walking through the door.
And then everything else should be tickety-boo. Fingers crossed.
I will ignore the light that came up on my dashboard earlier this afternoon and assume it's a system glitch. I will simply focus on getting everyone where they need to be when they need to be there. I will make the ultimate sacrifice and forego my flannels until I have brought Tanner home, just after 9pm.