Wednesday, November 16, 2011


Okay, so not really, I just saw another blogger use that word, and I thought it was funny, so….

A title was born. 

I am wracking my brain to think of something to blog about that would BE awesomesauce, but…

It’s blank.  My brain, that is. 

These days, that’s pretty normal.  It’s called too much to do, and not enough time.  I have decided my plate is now full, and for awhile, the answer is “NO.” 

For the last three days, I’m thankful that I don’t have a (paying) job, and I have the freedom to volunteer for worthwhile causes.  Although, the volunteer thing could easily take over my life, evidently, and I’m not going to let it do that, which is why the answer for any more requests for awhile is going to be “no.”  But I’m still thankful that I CAN help. 

This week, I should have said a few less “yes-es” since the week is already nuts with other stuff, like making sure all our affairs are in order in case we don’t return from our anniversary trip.  And FYI: KC and I made a pact with each other that we wouldn’t push each other off the boat, no matter what, because we’d like to see our 11th anniversary…and 12th…and…well, you get the picture.  =)  But because our parents worry, they made us promise to put our affairs in order before we leave, so they wouldn’t have to clean up our messes if we don’t come back. 

I try not to worry.  But sometimes their worry rubs off on me.  As if I don’t have enough of my own.  LOL.  Love them anyway.  =)  Especially since they’re always good about keeping all our balls juggling while we step away.  *grin*  This is especially handy when you have kids in school and giant dogs that no one else is willing to brave. ;-)  And let’s face it, facing kids in school takes MONDO BRAVERY!  Bwahahaha…okay, so facing the dogs takes bravery, too.  I’m not mad about that though, because they are intensely protective and I worry LESS knowing that.  =)

WELL, awesomesauce.  I have to get running or I’m gonna worry about being late to Munchkin’s class.  That’s where I’m heading today…it’s Duty Free Lunch week where volunteers take over the classes for two hours and give teachers free time to go out for lunch.  My dad is going to help me (see what I mean?  Love it!) and I have to get moving or I’m going to be late. 

Have an awesomesauce day.  =)  (Oh, and say the word awesomesauce a few times….lol…it’s kinda fun!  hahahaha)


  1. So what did you did with all of those kiddos for 2 hours?

  2. just supervised mostly...handed out math sheets, explained when necessary, escorted them to the lunchroom, escorted them back, read a story (x2) know...just filled in while the teacher was away


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