I get off work at noon today, so I'm glad it starts at 12:15 and I don't have to use personal time to get there. I'm sure that is was planned that way to work with other parents' lunch breaks. I was worried though, because after the ceremony and lunch, I plan on going home. Without Benjamin. I need a nap and so does he. And he won't nap at home anymore. So I prepared him ahead of time and said, "Mommy isn't staying after the program. You will stay at school with your friends and Mommy has to leave."
|My silly graduate!|
I don't know if I'll actually get a nap because I've got tons of other stuff to get done, but I do need a few moments to myself at home. Chores are harder one-handed and I was already behind before the bike accident. My arm is feeling a lot better, but I'm keeping the brace on a little longer just to be sure.
At work, we've had inventory and end-of-the-year spending to get done as well. I thought things were slowing down, but in reality it turned out to be a brief break before they ramped up again. I've been doing tons of walking around, hunting for stuff, and lots of extra typing to get new technology things ordered with this year's budget. My brain has been extra full!!
The more I think about it, the more I'm pretty sure I'm going to aim for a nap today after graduation. After a hard
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