I've unexpectedly found myself with a day at home and I couldn't be happier. I'm home today with "Sunflower", my youngest daughter who has some serious allergy stuff going on. I'm pumping both of us full of Emergen-C and hoping we feel better soon. (I have a really, really sore throat).
I'm still in my pjs because my sweet friend, Molly, took Sarah to choir for me this morning. Yay for pjs and yay for Molly!
I don't know if it's just me, but I work best when I'm in my pjs. If I can get up and get the laundry going and get in my cleaning groove, I can maintain the momentum. If I stop and get dressed, I lose it. If I'm gone for the morning, I have a really hard time getting in a groove in the afternoon. I occasionally find my afternoon groove, but it seems to take a lot more effort to overcome my inertia. Anyone else like that?
I'm actually thinking about unplugging for the rest of the day because I have SO much that I need to get done around here. The girls don't have school Friday (it's a mystery to me why they're out THIS Friday and not last Friday) and tomorrow I'm going with Sarah to a school competition she's in. That means I have today to get my "stuff" done, and since I'm still in my pjs and all...
*4PM UPDATE: Plugged back in (man, you guys love staying in pjs too!) because I got four loads of laundry done, mopped the floors, re-cleaned the bathrooms, vacuumed, dusted, windexed (yes, it's a verb), planned menus, got dinner ready, cleaned the inside of my van, AND kept Sunflower aka DIVAgirl happy. I did change out of my pjs when I went to get Will from school (he would die of embarrassment if I picked him up in pjs) but I still haven't showered. I also did not wash the outside of my van because guess what's in the forecast for the next three days?