Saturday, August 21, 2010


Now how often have I used that expression! But this time I am talking about kids! It just so happens that I recently became "child-free" so to speak. Empty nester! I realize that I have been warned that it could be just a temporary situation, to not get too excited. For the time being, I am ecstatic and loving every minute of my freedom. I can't believe how peaceful and quiet it is. No drama going on when I get home from work. No nagging to clean up teen messes and spew! No looking under all the cushions for the remote control. Less laundry! Less groceries! Less electricity consumption! (Sort of!? Kev has been by on the weekends to do his laundry and clean out my pantry)

My son's last days at home were rather eventful. He fell off his skateboard and spent a couple of days in ICU with a brain contusion. So we did send him off with a new helmet. (It is probably still sitting in the box!?!?)

I admit, there was a time when they were just too cute. Probably when they were 6 mo old and asleep. Just kidding. . . . . . I have to say with my boys, there was, rather is never a dull moment. Not so long ago, they were adorable little boys running around getting into mischief--but things are different now! They have grown up a lot and I like to be completely unaware of any trouble they might be getting into!


Cowgirl said...

Oh, I can feel the love. You are the consummate 'mom'...those boyz are so lucky to have you. You have given them the best example of how to be a good person and now its really up to them. I think they can do it.

Keep up the good posts -- your loyal reader(s)/comment-er checks constantly. Come on people...leave a comment so this girl will continue to entertain us. That means Chad !

Love you like I mean it,

xo g

Cowgirl said...

So, what you are saying is that absence really does make the heart grow fonder...who knew.