11/27/2006

Misera

This is pretty much how I have felt all week. A picture is worth a thousand words. And I look tired. Raking leaves, making soap and dealing with screaming children.

I know Susie is going to kick my butt if I don't write something.

I about had a brain aneurysm while teaching the boys Latin today. I was trying to get them to translate sentences and tell me the adjective and noun genders. My Expo pen kept running out. Finally once we got to the word "misera" the oldest translated it for me and said, "How you feel, Mom, 'miserable.'"

"Yep, pretty much," I barked.

I tried to write it with the faint Expo pen but I just beat the board instead with it. The Oldest put his arm around me and pat me on the shoulder.

My neighbor came over and told me all about her cheerleading days while I sat in my stink drinking water from my Wonder Woman mug (I ran for a bit) and I listened to her made up cheer with a smile on my face. I told her that I always had hated cheerleaders. She told me that her cheer was especially for people like me.

She also told me that Dear Sir and I are "yuppies" and sort of more "upscale" than other people in how we live. I don't know what that means, but ok. I think it may be because we have icons in our house, but I really have no idea what that means, really. I feel like a total slob most the time and my kids dress themselves, so we are not without a child running around with a hole in his pants or a stain on his shirt. Heck, Eraser Eater wore his "favorite" shirt for three days and I totally did not notice until Dear Sir pointed it out to me kindly during dinner the third night.

"...And we're running out of toilet paper...." he told me last night.

So where was I just a minute ago? Going to the stinking store to buy two mega packs of Quilted Northern. Ok, so I buy upscale toilet paper. But it does really last much longer.

And I keep a relatively clean house. I mean, my neighbor will hardly let me walk in her house. She comes in my house and wows about how clean it is. I always feel like it is a mess because papers are on the table that Eraser Eater left.

Also, the internet keeps knocking me off. So, I will post now before it does it again and I lose my mind. It has been doing this all day.

See you all tomorrow!

8 comments:

Emily said...

Methinks you are just not in a good patch. I hope you come out of it soon, for your sake!

R said...

Methinks I feel better now that I got it all out! Ha ha!

Funky-Redhead said...

I see pretty, but tired. You have such pretty features! Lucky you!

Badoozie said...

i see you got the sitemeter installed...have you checked your keyword searches yet?

and thanks for talking to us, now i won't have to punch you....lol....

Badoozie said...

stop staring at me with those huge eyeballs!!.....yea, i'm just jealous...peeps gonna be hatin on ya now you showed your wowser eyes

Anne said...

We buy Angel Soft.

R said...

Funky--I was tired. I feel better now. Whew! Thank you for thinking I am lucky!

Susie--I have not checked my keyword searches yet, nope. I have no idea how to do it.
My friend Ann used to tell me that I scared her when I looked at her with my "eyeballs." You guys are too nice, thank you. To me, I looked nothing but tired.

Anne--I never buy AngelSoft! I buy Quilted Northern, Cottonelle or something else. I can't think of the name.

Anonymous said...

You are a brave woman! I would hate for anyone to see me at this moment... Rosie was up barfing all over herself AND her bed at 1 am! *Blech*

If you were really a snob, you would be buying Chamin! *LOL*

(This is Lisa, btw!)