If you are here for the bead hoarder’s hop I expect to have that post up midday Saturday – love to have you back!
Well, week 29, I find myself writing up a blog post to share and it just dawned on me that this is a new routine this year. Oh there are so very many routines when you are raising a little one. That first year plus full of strict routines for sanity. Averleigh likes to have things in their place, she really enjoys her parts of routines, like turning of the lamp, closing the door, and on and on and on. I know that if I interrupt any part of the various sequences I will suffer. All these thoughts felt a little mundane, not up to the standard we see when Sally sends sweet prompts about finding the special bits.
Wednesday morning I hear “me-meow”. In that moment I realize that is the same meow I hear every morning I sit down at my work desk and turn on the computer. [ My day job is customer service and I do it from my home].
Roxy knows there is a toy on my desk, a stick with an elastic string with a feather-bell-fluffy thing on the end. She will wait there for a solid ten minutes just waiting if i don’t respond right away. She has her fun and then curls up and sleeps a few feet away all morning while I work. I thought I hadn’t posted her picture before, but sure enough week 6 there she is and that’s the keyboard tray in the background. Ah man, I’m repeating myself! But she’s still cute.
Catch up with the rest of the gang finding the highlights of the daily grind over at the Studio Sublime.