My taxes are done. I e-filed them, so I should get my refund by Feb. 29. I still hope I did them right. If I did err, it's to my own detriment. Anyway, it feels good to be done with that! I usually have them done by now. I seem to be behind on many items lately!
Another big thing to check off is that Noah turned in his science project today. Those always give me a headache. Any big project means work for me too. I have to make him do it. Next year both Noah and Kyle will have to do one. I'm really looking forward to that...yeah, right.
I can't believe I register the girls for kindergarten starting March 3rd. They still seem too little to send to school. I'm really not prepared for the gaping hole they will leave when they go. I need to start mentally preparing myself now. Most people get to let go one at a time. I have to let go of two at once. It will be the same pang of hurt when they go through all their milestones and added to that;they are the babies!
Now that my projects are done, I'm back to my regular stuff: picking up that toy for the 1,000,000,000,000,000,000th time, laundry, cleaning up just about everything under the sun, picking up that toy again, cleaning up the snow globe Brooklyn broke yesterday, picking up something Riley has chewed up, toy again, preparing food......all in a day's work. I'm waiting for something exciting to happen~I'll be sure to let you know when it does! I do have a hair appointment today; now that's something to get excited about!
Have a great day!
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