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Tuesday, March 3, 2009


My planned for the whole weekend went down the drain. I have not done anything downstairs, well I wanted to paint but DH said he needs to filled in the holes first before I can. And guess what, he is not finished doing it yet. He could have told me that he wanted to fill the hole and dents before I can paint. However, when I told him I'm ready to paint he told me that he wanted to it first. I could have done it myself and knowing him he wants it done perfectly ( and take forever). He is looking at it for the long term and I am looking at it as easy as possible to have a bedroom for ourselves.

We already set up 4 cubicles for the kids and everything is a mess. Our bed is located in our youngest son bedroom. Half of the classroom (our old bedroom) is a mess. It's too overwhelming, I feel like I'm getting a flu and so stressed out. I hate moving everything, specially when DH seems like taking his time finishing the downstairs.

Sorry folks, too much to do and too little time. I may not write something for a while. I will try to put up the top EC dropper soon, when I have some extra time and enough rest. I wish I can just go on vacation without any worries. Just pack and drive and maybe, bring DH along. Too much responsibility takes too much of me.


Ria March 6, 2009 at 1:37 PM  

Hi Eden,

I'm with you girl... In my part of the world, we don't say "relax," instead, "CHILLAX." Everything will be ok and sometimes, you just let things fall into place.


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