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Psych-quote-You heard about Pluto?

Nice hat.

You know how you start out to do something small? Like, say ... clean your shower. And that's all you were going to do, right? Except after you clean the shower you notice how dirty the sink is and it'll only take a minute so ... yeah. I was just going to clean my shower this morning (mostly because I don't remember when I cleaned it last. Yuck!) and suddenly I had cleaned the whole bathroom (and I have a BIG bathroom) and I was dusting my room and then the dog made a cat toy explode (I'm not kidding about that, either!) and I had to get out the vacuum cleaner to clean that up and then it seemed silly to not vacuum the whole house. So I did. And then I was tired. But I couldn't take a nap today because I had just started to doze off when my mom got a call that our bamboo flooring was being delivered and that was kinda exciting. Yeah, so no nap. However, I have a clean bathroom and bamboo flooring waiting to be installed some time in the near future. Yay!

Also, my mom painted our downstairs bathroom and it looks outstanding!

OH! I can't forget about the hour walk I took the kids and dog on to wear them out. Possibly I ended up more worn out than the kids (not the dog, though) but whatever. Carrying Hailey on my back part of the way back might have had something to do with that.

Speaking of Hailey ... today, as I'm cleaning, she asked me if I have bedbugs. Ummm ... What? The conversation went something like this:
Hailey: Auntie, do you have bedbugs?
me: Noooooo. Why do you ask?
Hailey: Your bed is all scratchy.
me (coming out from the bathroom): First off, why are you in my bed while I'm cleaning? Second, they're not bedbugs. They're cracker crumbs from when you were eating crackers earlier. Probably also dog hair. Check under the covers.
Hailey (lifting up the sheet): Yep, they're crumbs.
me: *facepalm*

Kids are awesome. Except during those last couple of feet as you're carrying them on your back at the end of the hike.

I'm done.