I love new stuff. Especially gadgets and stuff. I’m upgrading my data contract and I’ll have a new laptop by next week. Why next week? We live in a small town. There’s some positives and negatives regarding small towns but the positives far outweighs the negatives. Bargain that I’ll get a printer too.
I might see Kyla this weekend. I don’t want to get too excited, since I have not been able to speak to her for 2 weeks now. Her gran is not answering her phone and I think it’s because Kyla is not in school. She doesn’t want me to find out. Her mom wants to fetch her this weekend though and said that obviously she can sleep over at our home one night. I’ll be so glad to talk to her and hug her again.
I really didn’t have a good “mom” weekend. I’ll have to make up for that this week. The kids were generally driving me up the wall. At least I’m not like that mom on last night’s Supernanny. No slapping, pushing, detergents in the mouth and such. Actually they should be thankful. Okay, not really but still I’m not THAT bad.
I really want a new strap for my camera. Like I said…I like new stuff :) Love gifts, even if I have to buy them myself.
I don’t think I’ve mentioned that I now wear glasses permanently. I continue sly take them off, just to compare. I cannot believe how my sight deteriorated without my really noticing it.
I really cannot wait for the exams to be over and done with. Thankfully only 3 more to go.
I am mom to three amazing boys Quintus (17), Jason (14) and Zander (11) and a much loved (foster) daughter Kyla (13).
They think I am supermom and that I have the ability to save their worlds. I will let them live in that fantasy world as long as possible....or they will let me live there...
I have my own accounting practice. I share offices with my dad and even though to the outside world it seems confusing, it works out great for us.
Balancing a full-time job, homeschooling two of the boys and acting as stay-at-home isn't easy BUT we make it work.
We live in South Africa. A country that I love. A country of breath-taking beauty, diverse culture and shocking crime.