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Interuptions

Thursday, February 28, 2013

So I got up this morning with my husband as usual....

oh good morning! I'm here! Shocking, I know but this is too good not to share....

So I got up this morning with my husband as usual, 4:50 AM.. (yes that is early!) When dh went off to work and I started a project I have been weeks in the making (homemade training pants for my dd, who thinks pottying in the toilet is only for when she is "in the mood".. oy! Why homemade~ cheaper, cutier, and I have a 2nd dd coming up behind this one. That is how I justify time spent on creating emoticon ) Anyway, I am moving along as fast as I can, because I can be interrupted at any giving moment..when the needle on my sewing machine breaks (almost never happens). Frustrated at the delay, I grumble, "Great it's going to be that kinda day!" grumble, grumble, grumble.. and the kids are not even awake yet with their shenanigans to annoy me. Terrific!

Then I am struck with a thought - Julie's first rule of life: PRIORITIZE.
Am I sure that if I get NOTHING else accomplished today, these potty pants are the accomplishment I need to have assigned to this day. emoticon

I left my sewing machine on, in the midst of making a seam, plopped in the chair and grabbed my Bible with my usual prayer. God, you know I am ADD (although only self dx'ed), please send me your message before I get distracted! Amen!
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  • BUSYGRANNY5
    I so understand.... GOD first.. then we're so much better prepared to face the tasks in our day!!!

    Have a blessed day!!
    1373 days ago
  • DEEEBEE
    Good for you! Stay happy (even though you're interrupted a lot)!

    DeAnne, Missourians Team
    1373 days ago
  • MANILUS
    That is a useful project, good luck!
    1374 days ago
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