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.
I’m not going to recognize anything when we go back to DC.
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!