It's crunch time... so I literally have to write this in under 5 mins.
My hubby has been slaving at work to get things done. The other night he worked until 2am, then back up at 6am. That leaves me to manage every.thing. else. I think I may be over my head here. I am honestly not sure if I will get everything done on time. One way or another it will get done though, even if it's not done the way I want.
So with things in overdrive, our lives are in complete disarray...
The proof? Oh let me count the ways...
I used 3 ziploc bags in each of the kids' lunches today, and didn't care.
I have thrown paper and cardboard in the garbage because it was closer than the recycling bin. Add to that tin cans and plastic bags.
I am encouraging the use of plastic cups, cutlery and plates.
I have used cleaners that I uncovered from the bosom of our sink cabinet - full of who knows what toxins. That includes a magic eraser that just about took my skin off - note* - wear gloves!
I have purchased fabric softener and used it to leave our towels and bedding soft and smelling lovely. I also purchased Downy Unstoppables which I am in love with and don't even want to think of all the chemicals in them. I will live in ignorant bliss for another 10 loads or so... (I also use them as room fresheners as well).
I have missed breakfast and lunch on most days. (But increased the coffee intake.)
That coffee now consists of instant coffee as I have packed the kitchen away.
I let my son eat pumpkin pie for super last night. (It's squash at least right?)
Tonight's dinner was Sunny Boy porridge and toast.
I'm considering a 7 day fast or shake cleanse to save time not having to worry, but then realize that I still have to feed our children - so I consider frozen food, and if I had one - I would surely consider the microwaveable variety! (Do you hear me Tracy?! You know it's bad when!....)
Sorry earth... and my dear children who may be skipping a couple food groups these days. I promise to resume my responsibilities to you once I can find my way out of this maze of boxes and into the arms of Kenya! 11 days until we board that plane!