Well yesterday was pretty much the worst Valentines day….
Connor threw up yesterday morning from congestion a few times…like I said…on the carpet
I got a speeding ticket on my way to work in a school zone. (To my defense I WAS NOT IN THE SCHOOL ZONE YET…I drove by again this morning just to double check and I wasn’t in the school zone….) I was going 35. Coming down a hill and yes, I would have slowed down in the school zone. When the officer pulled me over I counted not one, but three motorcycles in front of us with cars pulled over!!! AND-he did a freaking U-turn in the middle of traffic going the opposite direction just to pull me over??? Is that even legal? Of course I cried like a baby…what the heck is wrong with me??? There are worse things in life…..
Connor and Terence are both sickies. I swear I watched Terence go through an entire box of tissues on the sofa last night.
We were supposed to meet with our attorney yesterday to finalize our will. I left work early only to get caught up in traffic on the freeway for 45 minutes due to an accidents and two lanes being closed down…we missed our appointment and now have to reschedule.
Also- My sister in law Kim wrote a book called “Hopper the Lonely Frog” and it’s available for FREE download right now on Amazon!!! I’m so proud of her 🙂
It’s a great book for children and I’m sure she would be thrilled if you read her first book!
About the book:
Hopper The Lonely Frog: An Adoption Story For Children is a tender story, aimed at very young children. Hopper is a young, orphaned frog that wishes to find a mother, but he feels he doesn’t “fit in” anywhere. The reader will sympathize as Hopper searches for a place to belong, and will rejoice when in the end he finds acceptance in an unlikely character. This story would be a great tool for parents to share with their adopted children, or any child, in order to promote discussion and acceptance in families that may have unique dynamics. Now with illustrations.