Sunday, November 25, 2007

Miss Me?

It's been a week. A looong loong loong week. "What have I been up to?" Glad you asked!

1. The nightmare that was potty-training is fast becoming a happy dream. On Tuesday we had 11 accidents in 3.5 hours. I was beginning to think Spud would be in a diaper for Junior High. Fortunately the tide turned Wednesday and by Saturday we were able to finally go out. Yee haw. Not that being stuck in my house by myself with my two toddler boys for 5 days isn't a joy forever, but well, sometimes a mommy has just got to get out!

2. We are almost at the end of our company. We can go for months without a visit and in the past 2 weeks we have had Way Cooler's Mom and her hubby, my parents, some friends, a meeting hosted here and now Way Cooler's sister and family are here. (I'm blogging because they ran out to get snacks for the Grey Cup, I'm not ignoring my guests, promise!)

3. We are going to watch the Grey Cup this afternoon. To me, this rates right up there with Tuesday's pee-all-over-the-house-fest, but everyone else seems excited!

Yep folks, that has been my week. A thrill a minute I tell you! But, my babies are healthy, I have a warm house in which to watch grown men tackle each other for a ball in order to make more money than a teacher makes in several years football and there still isn't snow on the ground! What more could a geek ask for eh?


Janet said...

Geek, I am SO happy to meet someone else who hates football. True, I would rather watch it than clean up pee, but it's actually a pretty close race. Puke, OTOH, is a whole other ball game. (pun totally intended.)

Glad the potty training is going better. Hooray for going out!

MomOfTheCrazies said...

I'm glad you're back. I missed your blogging even though I get to talk on the phone to you. How nice that you got to go out yesterday.

We have a lot of snow on the ground and we currently have a football game playing on the TV although it isn't the Grey Cup. Our company and hubby like the New England Patriots.

Call me once your company heads out and we'll compare weekends!

KnittinChick said...

I kept on checking b/c I knew that you'd have a good perspective on potty training. Yeah for freedom! The good thing is that you now have lots of good material for Spud's graduation, teenage years and wedding!

Keep on escaping during football. The 'real' fans never notice that you're not there anymore!

Sue said...

The best thing about my DH is that he doesn't like watching sports on TV. SCORE! :>

happygeek said...

Ok Sue, should Way Cooler die does your DH have a brother? Not that I'd want him to die, just in case!

JCK said...

I'm not big on football either.

Congrats on the potty training! Sounds like you made it through the worst!! Your life will be amazing without diapers during the day.