On the blog:
Would you eat an orange off the sidewalk? I haven’t yet, but I can’t get used to perfectly good wasted fruit . . .
I get a little emotional talking about too much of a good thing. FeeeEEElings!
A sweet commenter stated this week, “[y]ou make me laugh so much my husband wonders what cat antics I’m watching.” Being considered anywhere near the realm of cat videos makes me a little misty-eyed.
Since I don’t say this enough to all of you, THANK YOU! Thanks for reading. Thanks for chatting. Thanks for checking out this weird little corner of the internets.
On the internets:
The True Cost of Leaning In. Agree. High quality child care is not cheap, not to mention frequently hard to find.
But would you switch to avoid sitting next to a solo two year old? I’m a little nervous; we have a flight coming up where we couldn’t select seats.
Happenings & Coming up:
My sister and her fam left this week. We have a week off before James’s parents arrive. Yay family!
I had a bit of a meh morning. First, it was that thing where the cappuccino counter is empty and then 10 people run up before I can place my order, then I couldn’t go into the zoo because of an errant ball under my stroller, and THEN Mac pooped his pants and I neglected to bring a spare outfit. #WINNING I know, all small stuff. Thanks for listening. I feel better.
I also saw a tram come to a complete stop in the middle of an intersection because a car was parked on its tracks. It just sat there honking its horn, first politely, and then more insistently. After about 90 seconds, a lady came running out of the cafe to move the car. Italy, man.
I think we’re planning a day trip on Saturday (maybe Orte?) and then some relaxation and guest prep. Do you have big plans? Hope it is a good one!