Wednesday, June 1, 2011
I don't have muscles for this type of thing.
Today, I was doing so good. I got up at 8:15. Went to the post office, dropped my car off to have the A.C fixed, got picked up by the boyfriend and we went to the grocery store for tonight's dinner, went to the bank and I was dropped off by 10:00. Then I swept & straightened up my room and bathroom, talked to Apple on the phone to ask why my computer had frozen when trying to install Snow Leopard (it could have been because my laptop was still running on Tiger. Not even Leopard but Tiger but that's beside the point), did my devotions, and started round 2 of installing Snow Leopard on my laptop. Then off to get the kids that I'm watching this summer at daycare at 11:35. This is where my productivity stopped dead in it's tracks. Not because of the kids but because of assuming. Since it was a sunny day and I didn't see the stroller in the carport, I assumed that the parents had walked their kids in the stroller to daycare this morning and that it wouldn't be a big deal to pick them up without a car. So I walked to daycare and got there to find not a stroller but the baby's car seat. This was very unfortunate because I knew the boyfriend was in Lexington for the afternoon and so I had to walk home carrying the baby in his carseat in the almost 90 degree weather. It's probably only a 1/2 a mile from daycare to home but that carseat/baby combo gets pretty heavy.. I'll never assume again about picking up the kids. That was a poor decision and now I just want to lay on the couch for the rest of the day. I definitely got my workout for the day.