Tuesday, April 24, 2007

April showers bring May flowers

Well today was the day it rained well drizzled all day and I am not kidding when I say that I am tired of it. Here in Oregon it is always like that but somehow I was always hope that the sun should shine some more on our state too. It does in summer but I think spring should also get some more sun. Anyways my son did take two small naps which gave me sometime to do my household chores. It is a never ending task. I was also thinking about my younger brother who is still looking for a place to rent in Detroit I hope he finds it soon as he has to move in first week of May. It is so annoying when people hang up on you when they are the ones who have posted a FOR RENT ad on the internet. I think some people just need some lessons in manners. I am just too protective of both my siblings although I know they are all grown up and will manage on their own.
I was also thinking of trying to make some vegetarian mexican food. On more store that I love is Trader Joe's. I feel so much at home there. They some really nice food and snacks and I love the almondina cookies they have there. My daughter actually had school today and she did not cry on her first day of school just because her friend was there but today her friend could not make it and I was waiting for this day. She managed to stay in school with only little bit of crying. Did it scare you to send your daughter to school the first time ? I still get the jitters. I guess I am just too emotional about the issue. I am sure a lot of other moms are too.


Michelle said...

My daughter was dying get out from under my wing. Having Rose go to preschool was definitely more difficult for me.

zobars said...

Hi Michelle,
I feel the same way I was so surprised to see her leave me so happily. I felt kind of proud that she did that but a very small part of me was sad that she did not even miss me and I am glad you left a comment about this, I feel like I am not the only one. She is still my baby in a lot of ways but I have to let her fly.