Chaos is defined as complete disorder and confusion. If that doesn’t perfectly summarize my schedule, I don’t know what does.
- 3 Bowlathons
- 1 high level golf tournament
- 1 Steak Cookoff
- 1 on going raffle
- New house
- 2 ALS catastrophes
- A very pouty cat
- All within a 30 day window
I have to do lists for my to do lists, I am constantly putting things on my calendar to remind myself, and I’m eating peppermints by the pound. I’ve learned that peppermints are my creative fuel, and luckily they’re cheap.
Thank goodness Kenneth and I are surrounded by the most amazing people on the planet. We had our apartment emptied in less than an hour on Saturday 😳 People came out of the woodwork to help us, and we are forever grateful to them for it. Stay tuned for the fun “Thank You” surprise that’s coming their way, Kenneth and I are pretty excited to love on each of them.
Chaos is what keeps life full and fun. I miss “event season” when it’s passed, and enjoy the juggling, but coming home to our new house is what keeps me sane. Especially the beautiful new washer and dryer that greet me as I enter from the garage, I knew 30 was going to be fun.