The Best Laid Plans.

We had fun at the pool; we had it all to ourselves!  (which is great considering I hate being in a bathing suit… in the daylight… outside… okay, ever)  The kids were a little nervous at first.  We haven't been swimming since the weather got cooler last year.  I was worried about whether they had forgotten everything they learned from their swim lessons.  It gradually came back to them.  I feel better, but we still need to keep eyes on them near the water. 

The adults are sunburned and exhausted.  There's been whining, bickering and nagging.  Oh – and the kids are whining too. 

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About jensmack

Non-Profit HR Director, Scrapbooker, Reader, TV Lover, and Crafter. Also, Neurotic, Sarcastic, Anxiety-filled Mom of Three.
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3 Responses to The Best Laid Plans.

  1. chriselda says:

    see… you’re addicted to this whole blogging thing now aren’t you?

    and don’t talk to me about sunburns. i never want to be in the path of UV light again. ever.hahaha! thanks for the comment on the burn. i used to work for a plastic surgeon and learned so much from her. the second i got a chance i went and bought some spray that had lidocaine in it. funny that it’s the same stuff dentists will put in your mouth or gums to numb the pain. hmmmm.

  2. Julie Martinez says:

    lol…I loved that last line. Too true! I know all about the bathing suit anxiety, but I decided that the only person I have to impress is my hubby and every other woman (not I said WOMAN and not teenaged girl full of herself and flaunting everything she’s got) has the same bathing suit phobia–particularly if they’ve had children. And if they don’t and they look awesome in a white string bikini and they have four or five little ones calling them mom, then we are allowed to hate them.

  3. Marti says:

    You need to come visit me and spend a day up at Lake Lanier Islands. Nothing makes you feel thin like surrounding yourself with very overweight women in bikinis who have no business showing any kind of skin. Makes my over-abundance of cellulite look like a little baby fat.

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