Summer Madness

Let the games begin! Today is the first day for my kids to be out of school. I lucked out with the day off, which is great as I need to get so much done to be ready to travel to Vegas tomorrow!

I’m hoping our summer will even out and transitions will go well. June shouldn’t be too bad, but July may get ugly and I’m not just talking heat! I hope the transition of mom being at work won’t push dad over the edge with kids home while he’s trying to be productive. Hopefully a pattern will be found by then that will make it all work well.

I’m really enjoying being back in the work saddle. That sounds sick and twisted but it’s been fun. Things are just gearing up to start getting crazy, but I’m looking forward to the challenge and the finish line. I’m especially excited to find that so many skills have been building not dwindling in my years as a stay at home mom. Yay for motherhood!

Bring on the madness.

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4 comments on “Summer Madness

  1. Good luck to your husband. I work from home and the kids bother me all the time. A lock doesn’t help. They just keep pounding on the door until I let them in.

    Do you think they make the right kind of lock? 😉

  2. I’m sure your husband will be just fine. It will give him quality time with the kids!

    I like a positive outlook! :)

  3. Darlene Johnston

    June 3, 2010 at 4:59 pm Reply

    Sounds like fun, Holly! Hello to Blake (and his chair)–do tell, what are you doing these days? Where are you working and what is your position? I’m glad you’re enjoying it, you’re sure an asset to any office–I loved working with you!

    You’re the best. 😉 I’m delinquent in returning your call! I’m still shuffling my multi-tasking…and stink’n it up! LOL We’ll talk. 😉

  4. Sounds like you have a great summer ahead! I hope you have fun in Vegas! Going to work after being a stay at home mom is surprisingly very rewarding, isn’t it? You’re not just waiting for the kids to come home, you’re contributing to financial stability, and on top of that, you make great friends and learn how to react in situations. It’s a great experience…. Hubby will be just fine with the kids, routines get developed quickly. :) I am sure he is very happy for you and will make it work.

    Thanks for the encouragement!

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