My current project has literally and officially kicked my butt! I am not sharing this one with anyone except the two guys living with me. Ryan doesn't blog and Caleb can't verbalize it correctly, so I think my seceret is safe! I promise that I will reveal it after my party next week. I'm just kinda building up to the "Wow Factor" right now. I can promise it will be spectacular!
Poor Caleb is bewildered that his home keeps changing lately. He doesn't understand why he can go in one room one day and then it's banned the next time he tries. I do truly feel for him, but soon he'll be able to come and go as he wishes.
I have been getting up around 5:45 in the mornings and working until 11:30 at night. I have no energy at this point and I'm living on coffee. I keep telling myself it will all be worth it! Starting this week I work an extra hour each day and then I come home to work on other projects. If Ryan and I make it through this week without getting snippy, our marriage has withstood the ultimate test! Ha!
I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. We're getting so close it's almost pitiful. I thank God every day He didn't make me a home builder, painter, or plumber. I am so grateful I do not have to do those things for a living. First of all, I'm completely terrible at them and second, I don't have the patience to do that on a daily basis!
This post is so random, but I am still without a camera. Life is pitiful for me at the moment. I'm just lost. I think I wallowed in self pity for about ten minutes the day my camera took its last picture. It was really quite dramatic. My husband looked at me like I had lost my mind. I don't really blame him. We knew the day was coming. After twenty thousand pictures, it just simply gave up. It's seen its fair share of battles with a toddler in the house, but it was a great camera! I feel as though I have given it a proper memorial now....time to move on.....