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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

It's been a Xanax kind of day

The Denali & I had been keeping the road hot today!

7:30-8:15 --> take Bo & Sass to school
We get home & I have to rush around to get Baby Girl dressed for playschool because Retro was dropping her off on the way to physical therapy (that's whole other story).  But first, she has to watch the rest of Pinky Dinky Doo.  She's been sick, but today was Cat in the Hat day & she seemed better, so I let her go.  She rocked her tutu skirt today.

9ish-10ish --> That's 1 hour to read emails, fold a load of clothes & make myself presentable get dressed.

10:30 --> Meet the playschool at the library, along with every other playschool/day care in the tri-state area town.  One of said daycares was late.  Imagine that.  Eventually the Mayor reads Mr. Brown can Moo, so 50 3 &4 year olds can scream make all the noises in my ear.  Then the Cat in the Hat arrives & Baby Girl is stoked!  Usually she's not the biggest fan of characters, but she was all over him/her/whatever.  Of course, I had no camera.  Leave ASAP.

11-11:45 --> Haul boogie back to the school to get Bo & then back down the interstate to the ENT, where I got to sit around for an hour & a half only to hear such things as CT scans, draining sinuses & more tubes!  Woo-Hoo!

1:30 --> Bo's starving, so I try to talk him into Applebee's (I was craving their Oriental Salad) but he insists on Chick-fil-a AGAIN.  Sometimes that yummy chicken gets old. And we got to go inside & play on the playground thingy. Then a bee-line to the Wal-Mart to spend $20 on 2 batteries for my camera.  Bo wanted a movie, but unfortunately WM stopped selling them (wink, wink) Thanks WM for moving those things out of the center aisle!  So I got out with 2 -97 cent (why is there not a cent sign on this computer) Hot Wheels. Remind me to send them a thank you note for selling cheap toys!

2:30-3:15 --> pick up Sass from school then head home with a stop at the local drug store to pick up some meds for Bo (not his ear meds, that had to be ordered).  Grandparent's Day, a major production preformed by the entire lower school, is Friday & if you remember the Halloween parade & Christmas program, you will understand what kind of meds.

3:30-4ish --> get home & Momma brings Baby Girl home & she has lost her voice, which is not entirely a bad thing too bad it wasn't her sister.  So Retro decides she needs to go to my favorite place on earth Disney World Primary Pediatrics! 

4:30ish -->arrive for our 4:15 appt. only to wait another hour to hear such things as no strep, croup, laryngitis & prednisolone (that's not how I thought it was spelled).

5:45-->high tail-it back to the drug store before 6 pm, get there at 6:07 but they still gave me the meds. That's smalltown service for you.

6:30 ish-->finally make it home with this post in my mind & Bo's on the computer watching youtube.  Then Retro gets on to watch videos from every old ass song in the the 70s & 80s.  Not even my faves.

8pm- finally get to sit down & type this.  Now it's after 9.  And I've got to get up at the crack of dawn to curl Sass's hair for dress rehearsal.

Good Night...now where's my Boone's Farm.

19 comments:

Steven Anthony said...

Girl you needed that boones farm early on in the day...good lord, put your feet up and relax, that was a day and a half, Im tired just reading it;)

Laura said...

OMG!! So you were at the doctor's office today, too? Sounds like we had the same wait time! And mine was just and eye doctor appt!!

And I SO love Applebee's Oriental Salad! Yummo!!

Tricia said...

oh my..what a day. How are you even still awake? um hello? hello?

Messy Mommy said...

I skipped playgroup today so I could stay home all day long. Only changed my breastmilk soaked shirt to go pick up Otter from school. Wish I could say it was a productive day. It wasn't.

Adrienne said...

Oh lord you need a margarita...no boones farm will cure that day

Bella Michelle said...

What a day!!!! Hope today is less taxing!

Princess Freckles said...

I need a xnayx just reading that! Crazy day!

Poolside with the Girls said...

WOW! Now that's a schedule. How do you do it?

RN Mama said...

So, how many xanax did you have to take?

Good luck getting through that program without puke!

Preppy 101 said...

Heavens honey. I had to take a breath during your post. You need a personal assistant! I might be looking for some "pep" pills for those days. haha
xoxo

Disabled Domestic said...

Boone's Farm? Sounds like you need some Mad Dog 20/20 (I grew up in Southeast TN so I know about these things :)

pink green & southern said...

Shew, just reading that wears me out. I ran out of gas in the hood so I had a great day too!

gCe said...

I could have used some of that small town service today it took me an hour to get my post-op pain meds filled! At that point my hospital pain meds had worn off and I almost KILLED a pharmacy tech.

Kristin @ Meanbean said...

Holy moly that's a full, stress filled day!! So glad you survived it...

Krystyn said...

I'm exhausted. And I was just sitting here reading this.

On days like those, do you wonder if you forgot something? I would...even if I had it written down everywhere!

Scarlet.Skye said...

This is my new favourite blog! hysterical...

blueviolet said...

Get the Boone Farm out NOW!!!

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