Monday, March 15, 2010

Seriously, is frozen pizza that hard to make.

It was a regular Monday. Laundry to do! I also had other TurningLeaf work to catch up on. Bo laid down for his pretend nap and I was able to accomplish quite a bit. I picked the kids up from school and when we got home they all scattered to do their chores so they could have “free time”, and I stuck Bo in front of a movie hoping to get a little more computer work done. It is impossible to be on the computer while he is awake. The computer is like a magnet to his chubby little body and he just has to push the buttons. But all was calm while he was watching the Rescue Rangers and I was typing away.

And then I got the call AGAIN. It was my mom telling me Bo was at her house, AGAIN. So I thru the frozen pizza’s in the oven and ran across the yard to get Bo. I brought him back and my oven had shut off, I must of pushed the wrong button while setting the timer. So with pizza’s in the oven I started heating it again. I put Bo back in front of the movie, hoping to quick finish up. Then the smoke alarms went off, letting me know the pizza was done(those of you who have read my past posts know what I mean). I opened my oven to find two of the pizza’s were rather well done. Yeah, the bottoms were black. So I had to pop one more in. Fortunately, I had a spare. I mean seriously, the whole reason we were having frozen pizza was to be quick and easy. And do the smoke alarms have to go off EVERY time I make them.

So finally I salvaged dinner, and we headed to up the school to try the Insanity workout they are doing up there. All I can say is they picked a very appropriate name. It is absolutely insane!!!!! I thought I was going to die. Maybe I did die and I am having an out of body experience. No, if that was the case I don’t think I would feel my aching muscles. So if anyone is looking for a torturous workout come on up.

After sending my body through the gauntlet I was home with appointments and more work. Now I am almost done and looking forward to my bed and TV. Hope you all had a great day. I am sure if you are parents it was eventful as well.

I have to say this week Michael’s project is installing locks at the top of the door where Bo can’t reach. I wonder how long that will last.

1 comment:

  1. Escapes are so scary. I'm just glad we don't live in the city anymore, where random people driving by bring them back. As for the locks, they worked for us, but I work with one family whose 2 yo uses a broom to open it and go out.
    Good luck!