Thursday, June 19, 2008

Out of Whack


What does that mean? I'm out of whack. My car's out of whack. My balance is completely out of whack. It doesn't make any sense if you think about it.


I think I put my something out of whack while packing too many groceries in the green box yesterday. I've got a bit of a headache, not much, not one worth taking anything for really, but I'm also extremely tired. And to top it off, I've tripped on the stairs twice today, that's right, I've fallen UP the stairs two times. I just don't feel right. Maybe I need a good whack.


On the exciting side of my life, I got to see and hold CR's new baby S., she's adorable and little J. is so very well spoken, we had a very good conversation. Very tiny. I did see TB's baby, and he slept the whole time, so no one got to hold him, that stinker. I will probably see PO's baby tonight, she's the oldest of all the babies that we know. She's a great card maker too, starting young.


JW had a comment about my SAH dog mom situation, she was explaining it to Emily and said in a very matter-of-factly way that I am homeschooling the dogs. So if that's the case...Today, we learned how to share strawberries, we used the old fashioned method of 1 For You, 2 For Me, this worked better than the All For Linus method, and the Linus Trips Mom and Eats Whatever Lands on the Ground method and even better than the Sally Steals Linus's Berries. Tomorrow we might get Kelsey and Teya to come down and teach us trigonometry.
And because I know that Kerry might just be reading this...He had a lightbulb moment...You know when someone says "I got DIBS on that"? Kerry says it means Dogs In Bed, because once the dogs are in bed, you don't move them, (let sleeping dogs lay), so once a person yells DIBS, you don't move them.

4 comments:

Dawn said...

'hope you're back "in whack" again soon!

RAE said...

Hmmm...I've fallen off the stairs, down the stairs, at the stairs....but never UP THE STAIRS. You got me beat on that one :)

Kimberly said...

Your posts have this way of always making me LMAO! Love your sense of humor...ALWAYS!
Get your whack back soon love,
xoxo
Loves,
K
PS...LOVE those strawberry's! :)

mochamama said...

kelli, keep an eye on your whack! I have spent the past 8 weeks pretty much laid up because I was out of whack. very tired, off balance, dizzy, nauseous, etc. I couldn't go anywhere, drive my car, or stand up even. I finally got a diagnosis and was started on treatment but everything started off subtle!