Musings of an Italian-American Catholic wife, mother, and writer

Musings of an Italian-American Catholic wife, mother, and writer

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Letting Go (because when the boys are home during the summer ... you have no choice)



Let's face it, when kids are home for the summer you no longer have control. Nothing is where it's supposed to be, doors are always slamming (or left wide open ... welcome to our home all four-legged creatures and serial killers!), and the couch cushions are everywhere but on the couch. And I do mean everywhere. The pantry is always bare despite constantly filling it, the laundry is out of control, and the Legos ... well, don't walk barefoot in the dark. I'm just saying.


I am hosting a Bunco party next week (spouses invited for the first time! 24 people, 6 tables, 18 dice!) and if I don't get things organized we may be eating and playing in the backyard.


Star Wars Snow Monster and Icons




Tire on a Vase








NBA Finals in the Fire








The Hostile Takeover
(note: look at my cushions)








And shoes that are supposed to go here ...




Don't.




the end





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