I've had a long day. Not the harrowing kind. The kind where everybody is cute and your two year old tells you to stop talking when you weren't even saying anything, and you're too lazy for potty training, and you spent the morning putting together a little plastic greenhouse, and it wasn't quite warm enough for the park, after all.
I wanted to sit down and write, but my eyes keep closing, and my head is propped up in my hand. I'm sitting at a table in a coffee shop. It makes me think about how I used to nod off behind the pages of a book because I'd gotten high in the bathroom. This is different. Now I am just a mom. And I own a laptop.
All of this, just to say that I have nothing to say, today.
Here is a video about how ridiculously adorable my children are. (My littlest girl, Louisey, has a Scottish accent nailed.)
As a side note, I am almost finished with two really good books. Here they are, if you're looking for something to read. One and Two.
I'm also newly in love with Andrew Bird, especially because he says there will be snacks.
elephant journal recently published my New Year's resolution to Be A Monster. You can find it here, if you have a moment. I'm kind of over the moon to be writing for them, because they are amazing. I don't feel right if I don't start my day by reading an elephant article.