Now that my precious, darling angels have returned to school, I am actually able to remember how much I truly adore them.
I’m no longer being the end-of-summer mom who survives by locking herself in the bedroom while the kids binge out on Netflix and whatever they can find in the fridge that always seems to need restocking.
Hopefully, I can get back to posting here at least once or twice a week, but until then I’ll do my best to share older posts or posts I’ve published elsewhere.
Confession: Half the reason I write at all is so I can have written documentation to remind me how far I’ve come.
I thought I was gonna lose my ever-loving fashizzle a large part of the summer, but now that I’m getting adequate time to write and stare into space, I’m feeling remarkably better. When I read the post I’m about to share, I laughed and felt strangely nostalgic for lazy summer days that we all know are often anything but. I hope you’ll enjoy it as well.
And for those of you still knee-deep in summer, I’m proof that there is light. Check out this post from when I was drowning in togetherness. Sad but true:
How are things in your world? Do tell!