I have not been in the mood for writing. I realize this leaves all of you missing me terribly, but give me a break, people; I actually have a life beyond WordPress. There are two reasons not much blogging has occurred on my end. One, the weather in the Pacific Northwest has been amazing. For those of you who live in other parts of the world, here in Washington state, the winter leaves everything with a sticky slime of pale-green moss. Instead of writing, I have been pressure washing. I am sure you were frantic with worry, dying for news on my end, but the truth is my lawn furniture looks amazing and my patio is slime-free.
The second reason I have not been writing is because my family has been particularly boring lately and none of my children have done anything remotely stupid. Still, it has been awhile, so I decided to fill you in on my Mother’s Day.
Despite the fact that I missed my mom, I had a great day yesterday. I got toast and coffee in bed and spent my morning watching the finale of Fashion Star. (spoiler alert: Hunter Bell wins). Last year for Mother’s Day, I got some Target bubble bath and a giant Hershey’s bar. I have been complaining about these gifts for a full year. So, this year my four-year-old made me a card and did her very best lettering. My fifteen-year-old son made me a tin and copper ring which he soldered himself. My seventeen-year-old daughter bought me some Dior makeup (which I pretty much told her to buy and circled in a catalogue). And my husband gave me a poster-sized photo of himself. Fortunately, my husband has an administrative assistant who told him, “you can’t just give Kate a giant photo of yourself.” and directed Tim to the Red Door Spa where he smartly purchased a gift certificate :).
My oldest child made me salmon fettuccine for dinner, but I still had to clean up the dishes. On a scale of one to ten, my day was a nine and a half.