Well, I'll tell you where I haven't been.
I haven't been sitting on my couch.
This week for school I had 1 paper, 1 test and 64 (yes, that's a SIX in front of the FOUR) pages of reading. So, I was at my computer.
G had a birthday, which entails a "Family Birthday Party" and a "Kid Birthday Party".
So, I was cleaning the house or at the store buying party supplies and Cupcakes from Two Sweet Cupcakes.
I have run 30 miles so far this week, with another 20 miler ahead of me tomorrow.
So, I was running.
I had 3 pieces of paper to collect for my Nursing School application that were due by Oct 1.
So, I was running ~only this running was done in the Beige Minivan.
Today, after running, I expected to be home all day catching up on laundry & chilling out before my 20 miler tomorrow, but G (age 8) started throwing up in a VERY alarming way at 9am this morning.
So, I spent a few hours at the ER.
Over all, it's been one of those weeks where I'm too busy to blog. I swear, I will be better next week. In fact, I bet tomorrow's 20 will be enough entertainment for it's very own blog post.
(Very icky details below, those who are sensitive to bodily fluid details should just skip reading it.)
G is fine, by the way, or at least, he's going to be fine. He has a nasty GI bug that threw us for a loop. We don't know exactly what caused the complications, but here's the thing: If your kid throws up brownish blood, it's not considered a big deal by the Ped. If your kid throws up bright RED blood, like G did this morning, it's a "throw clothing on yourself & your kid, and get in the car ASAP because you needed to be at the ER already" reaction from the Pediatrician. And thus, the reason I have wet uncombed hair tied in a bun, and a "Virginia is for Lovers" T-shirt on today.