Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million

Tuesday, really this time

I can't believe my last post also had the subject 'Tuesday'. Or that no one pointed out to me that I posted it on Wednesday.

It's been up and down, mostly busy, low on sleep. I think Elsa is trying to grow a friend for her tooth, and she was SO miserable on Sunday that it broke her poor Mom's heart. I slept through gaming, because by the time I got HER to sleep for a nap, I was just a disaster. Things were better after that.

Saturday was our 11 year wedding anniversary. We left Elsa with her grandsitters and went out to dinner at the Lemongrass (OUTSTANDING food), walked along the river by Alaskaland Pioneer Park for a bit, and then had room for dessert at Wolf Run (amazing desserts, still - though the building is starting to look a bit run down...). We thought about catching a movie, but none of them fell at the right time. Ah, well.

We came back to find Elsa still had most of a bottle of milk left, but she would have NONE of it. Not with mom-boob RIGHT there. She actually got quite incensed about it.

I have NO IDEA where yesterday went. If you see it, please let it know I'm looking for it.

Much to do today, and Elsa is giving me hungry looks, so have some photos, and I'm off to do stuff. (Bread is made. Laundry needs started. Might have spoons enough for bellydance drills tonight, we shall see!)

Tags: guppy, life, photos

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