Dag nabbit! My laptop crashed. My life line to the outside world.... it's been down for 4 days and I miss it already. I keep it on the kitchen table and it's usually at the center of my world. I'm not the only one complaining either. The kids have been whining because they can't play on Noggin while I'm cooking dinner-or doing whatever I usually do. I really hope that it isn't gone for good because I don't think that we can afford a new one right now & what's worse...I may lose all of my spring pictures. I always said I'd back them up but never got around to it. ARRGGGHH!
I'll just have to make time to sneak into Kosta's office and use the PC -like now.
Ok, on to what's going on...
Saturday we spent the day tearing out the closets in our bedroom. We suspected a mold problem and we were right. There was a lot of black mold on the back of the closets and on the wall. Can anyone guess why we've been so sick this year? Now we have all of the proof that we need. I called the pediatrician on Monday to let her know that we did, in fact, find black mold and if she needed to check the baby-since she still sleeps with me. Well, since she didn't have a cough or a rash( like last week) she said that as long as we take care of the problem we should all be ok. I don't know though, we were exposed to this for months...since September to be exact.
We've moved our mattress into the living room and kept it there since. We have to bleach the walls once more and then we'll move back into the bedroom. The kids really love having the mattress in the middle of the living room. It's perfect for acrobatic stunts and Alexandra is learning well. We've also let Iza & Foti sleep downstairs with us, so it's kind of like we're camping out in the living room. So, outside of the inconvenience of having the mattress in the middle of everything, it's kind of fun and I think that we'll miss it when things go back to normal.
So, outside of the everyday chaos we've got a little extra this week. I won't be online as frequent in the near future but hopefully, everything will work out. My time in the office is up.
This song has been in my head all week-it's definitely one of my favorites. I often listen to it when I feel crappy because I can't help but smile when I hear it.