Making incorrect assumptions.

A children's museum in Tijuana. 

When I posted about taking classes and that it was going to be busy, I really had no idea what I was talking about.  I assumed that I would be busy.  I assumed that I would have to change our schedule a little.  I assumed that I would be able to continue doing everything as normal.  Now I know what assuming does.
I have been busy.  All of us have been really busy.  I study at night when Ben gets home, and while I study, he puts the kids to bed and cleans the kitchen (nice, huh?).   I have attempted to blog or write e-mails, but every time I try to get on the computer, or even look at the iPhone, the kids protest.  I am too tired to stay up past 9:30 or 10:00, which means there is no time for the computer.  I don't mind, but I have been out-of-touch with most everyone.  It will probably be that way for awhile.  The blog is going to be neglected, and it could be a few days, or it could be a few months. 
As I speak both of my children are crying for attention. 

We are alive and mostly well, just busy.
Take Care.


Lisa said...

The comments are on! The comments are on! The comments are on!

Rebekah said...

I'm so jealous that you are going back to school! My mom said something once that I cling to for everything: There is a time and season for everything. Right now, it's your time for school. Later, it will be your time for blogging and cleaning. And it's OKAY!

Daniela Swider said...

We understand - best of luck with school and everything else!

Jessica said...

Yay! I can comment! Good luck managing your time, I'm sure you will get into a groove and your routine will adapt as you find the new norm. It is a great goal and you are a capable woman! Go Emily!!

The Teeples Times said...

The childrens museum looks like so much fun! Your boys are so adorable!! Good luck with the classes - that is awesome! Hope all is well, I love reading your blog.