I got my laptop back today! Hooray!
It almost seems brand new too. New battery, new keyboard, soldered power plug (the old one wouldn't stay in place) and best of all, what amounted to approximately a half loaf of bread crumbs removed from the interior.
All's well, and now I can post entries on here whenever I want to.
This isn't necessarily a good thing. I might start talking about lunch again.
I'm debating whether or not to bring the laptop to Italy with me. Probably won't. If I need to dump pictures, I'll just find an internet point. Yes, that's what they call them over there. I'm so European already, see?
Apparently my in laws want to bring the girls back the day I get home. It wouldn't be such a big deal if I wasn't driving straight home from O'Hare (two hours at least) after a 14+ hour plane ride home.
I assume I'll miss them and everything, but I kind of wanted a few hours to sit on my couch alone and cry that my trip is over. Jim will gone that weekend, so I won't have him here to buffer the full force of my darling heathens after a week spent split between both sets of grandparents.
It's OK. I'll live. What am I even complaining about? I get to do something every stay at home parent dreams about doing. Leaving home ALONE for a week.
I'll shut up about that now, and share some funny shit that's happened 'round here lately.
Almost every time my kids go up to see my parents, they go to the mall and buy something from the Disney store...because my kids need more stuffed animals and/or princess shit. Right.
Apparently the one they go to is going out of business. This upsets Mina very much.
"Maybe we should go visit Grandma more so the store won't close."
That one's got an eye for business, eh?
Audrey has recently joined her sister in her obsessive safety scissor fetish.
Audrey cut a hole in her dress yesterday because she, "forgotted that it wasn't paper". Uh huh. She also cut a hole in underwear today.
Maybe she was hot?
Mina keeps telling anyone within earshot that I won a trip to France. I've stopped correcting her.
A few nights ago, at bedtime, I laid down next to Audrey to tuck her in etc. and she snuggled up to me all sweetly and asked, "So how was your day, Mama?"
Yeah, I'm going to miss them next week for certain.
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