Monday, March 3, 2008

How do you do it? and Addictions

OK seriously -someone please tell me how you work, take care of a family and blog. I feel like I have been going, going, going all day. I don't even think i sat down to eat. I am reinstating nap time into Kindergarten- not because the students need a break-but because I am need a break. I am scared to look at my Google reader. It will probably give me an aneurysm when I see the number of unread posts. Sorry if I am a little slow to get back to everyone. I am trying. I promise!

Blogging = addiction. If I don't get my daily dose I go into withdrawal. I haven't been this addicted to anything since I fist signed up for AOL when I was like 13 and blew threw my 80 free hours in one shot. Last night I told my husband I was going to go look over my math lessons for the week and he said, "Oh, is that we they call blogging now- Math lessons?" He knew I was going to sneak down to the computer even before I did.

I guess we all get a little addicted to things now and then. For me it is my blog. For my husband it is golf and photography and working out and fantasy whatever sport is in season and- you get the drift. So that brings me to the debut of a fellow mom's YouTube video. She is a friend of mine at school, and she made this video with her daughter on a snow day.

I think it is a wonderful example of spending quality time with her daughter. Check it out. This is one rockin momma! Enjoy!

3 comments:

Future Mom said...

OMG!! Tell this lady that this is my favorite song on guitar hero 3 too :)

i want to play her in a face off haha

Pam said...

That is TOO funny! I am glad I am not the only one who lets the house go to fuel my addiction ;) My hubby has started doing the grocery shopping - it was that or just not eat!

LaskiGal said...

Awesome. What a cool video. She was once a mild-mannered teacher and is now an ADDICT!!! Ha ha!

I can so relate to the blogging addiction. Every spare moment. Oh, and my Google Reader petrifies me! I am so OCD I can't help but get to all of the posts! Ugh. You know there will be some term for people like us . . . some official psychological term. Oh well . . . At least it isn't crack.