Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million


Today has been productive! With little to show for it, but lots of accomplished feelings.

Guppy slept in a little, which allowed me to do some invoicing and work on a tedious problem for a client for a bit, as well as dig my inbox down to 477.

We then ditched the house and went to play at the Children's Museum. There was a pitstop at the post office, which turned out much, much more lengthy than I hoped because I had filled out the wrong customs form for ALL my packages, but Guppy was an adorable angel and it saved me several hundred dollars (no joke!) to re-do them, so it was worth it. (We also stopped to visit Papa, and Guppy is clearly becoming familiar with the route, because she starts saying "Papa! Papa!" as we get close to his office.)

There was drawing and windtunnels and chasing balls and pushing shopping carts and pressing buttons and the play register and STARING at other people and smiling and running and SHARING with the other toddler and LOTS of fun and she is still napping now, which allowed me a half an episode of Dr Who while I figured out how to import my Kickstarter rewards records into Paypal for WAY easy shipping that is a huge weight off my brain. I was not looking forward to imputing those one at a time.

Aaaand, there's the Guppy! Back to being Mom!
Tags: guppy, kickstarter

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