I wish I had a toaster

According to my timehop, this week of January is nearly never “good”.  There are a few days I had nothing, just nothing, and that is pretty odd for me.  For this 3rd week of January I was a touch sick, just sick enough that I was still able to do most things but the color of the world was just lost to me for a few days.  I’m not sure if it is the week or a germ or maybe both – my stamina might just run out 2 weeks post holiday extravaganza. All I know is that I wish I could make toast because I like toast but our toaster oven is in storage.  I seriously don’t need the oven anymore, just the toast function.

Tuesday was an odd day for us.  We had a nice little snow storm on Monday afternoon and the school delayed for 2 hours.  That is a strange compromise – not a snow day but not a normal day either.  The kids didn’t even know until they questioned why we weren’t getting onto the normal schedule around 8:30 (normally out the door by 8:40).  With the extra time they started a game of cribbage, went outside and played in the snow, came inside with soaking wet things so I put it all in the dryer and then they stood on their heads for a while and finally it was time to put on super hot snow gear and get out the door.

Odd morning, what is usually a 9:05 drop off was an 11:05 drop so they more or less went to school to have lunch then play time then snack then home.   I think they did some school in there… maybe… Snow is the best toy because went they got home they went directly back to tunneling and building and sliding until it was dark.

Tuesday was also a very odd day because I sang the national anthem 9 times (or more).  Niamh’s class was invited to sing at the basketball game and when I asked her that morning if she was ready she admitted to not really knowing all the words.  So, we sang.  And sang and sang.  Lars who works from home was fairly puzzled why he was hearing such a racket but in the end she knew 99% of the words and tune.  The game itself was better than expected.  We watched the 1st half and spent a lot of the time guessing why something was happening.  Around then I was getting a massive headache and we all went home and I went to bed.

**Technically I wrote all of the above on Wednesday morning, however, Fiona came home sick at lunch and I never published.  Instead of scrapping it I’m just publishing it late.  The week did get significantly better but I still wish I had a toaster, nothing makes looking at snow better than toast and tea. **

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3 responses to “I wish I had a toaster”

  1. fancypaperblog says :

    Toast is indeed a lovely thing x that snow looks beautiful. That is a lot of it though!

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