Before I start yappin my yapper, let's give this guy a round of applause for putting up with me and being so patient through my crazy, shall we?? Woot woot! YAY Seanny Pants!
This has honestly brought the crazy out of me. I'd say about 90% of the time, I'm extremely laid back about things. In the past two weeks, I've been actin a crazy FOOL. It's weird to not feel like yourself, and scatter brained, and emotional and if that is your normal self, I'm sorry because it's the worst and hardest thing to be in the world.
Now let's put me on birth control to make this really fun.
This past week, I've managed to shorten my to-do list about 10%. That feels good.
Okay, why do I keep throwing out percentages? Weird.
This Thursday we head to AZ to knock some wedding stuff out of the way. Props to other people who have planned long distance weddings. It's hard. And major props to my mom and Sean's mom for making it all happen for me. Seriously, I feel like I owe them grandchildren already and that's not even close to what mine and Sean's five year plan looks like.
Oh yeah, and my job... my kids are so super pumped about this sitch. The first day back from spring break, I couldn't go 10 minutes without one of them bringing it up even when they were doing quiet work in their seats.
"I had a feeling you were going to get engaged to Sean so I practiced being a flower girl over spring break by throwing marshmallows because I didn't have any rose petals."
"Can we go on the honeymoon with you?"
And my favorite:
"Can we go to the after party after the reception?"
Umm absolutely not.
Sean walked in on Friday and they said, "Yay Sean! You get to marry Miss Stolworthy! Soon you're going to be Mr. Kent."
Sean: "I already am."
Talk about leaving a kid utterly confused. I looked around and saw 29 little brains trying to figure out how that works. Name change fail.
I have one goal this week and it's to try and be a normal human and not get on anyone's nerves. And I'm going to be awesome at it.