Like a gift

Things have certainly settled down in my neck of the woods. Jack is enjoying his new daycare and has seemed in an overall better mood because of it. Also, I’m not sure if it has anything to do with the new daycare, but he seems to be going through a bit of a “language explosion.” He is babbling at every opportunity, and his favorite “word” is dadadadeedeeda. It’s so freaking cute.

Work is a mess. I am hopelessly behind. I need a system to get caught up. I am at a loss at the moment.

Last night I went over to Jenn and Chris’s place for turkey chili and cornbread. It was sooooo good. We chatted and then watched a bit of Eddie Izzard. I had never seen EI but he is funny as hell and so incredibly British. I love the Brits.

Joe, Jack and I are going to the bay area this weekend to see before she moves, my BIL and SIL, and our friend Sabrina. I’m looking forward to seeing everyone but at the same time I’m concerned that I will get even less sleep than I am getting now. Hopefully it won’t be too hectic.

Lyra has been at it again and getting into socks. Instead of dragging our socks out, she goes for Jack’s socks now. I think she thinks she is bringing us freshly killed game or something. She’ll meow and when we look over to see what she’s up to, there is always a sock sitting there for us like a gift. Wacky cat.

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