Today was the day I was planning to tackle the doctor's appointment I have been avoiding most, my mammography. Except after an hour of waiting, I was informed that the "script" given by my doctor's office was incorrect, and my previous films could not be found. Normally, I would be very irritated about this oversight, however today was different.
Fortunately, this morning I was on an emotionally high and nothing could let me down. I had just complete the parent teacher conference for my oldest daughter, age 6. The teacher was highly complimentary of my daughter, and how I prepared her for first grade. (As many of you know, I home-schooled her for kindergarten.) It seems my Ladybug is excelling about school, academically and socially. Her teacher encouraged me to keep up the enrichment activities we have been doing together outside the schoolroom, and feels "there are great things ahead" for my little Ladybug.
So, I brushed off the mammography madness, and came home to share the good news about the conference. The kids had the day off of school, so I entered another world of madness. I volunteered to take my daughters and three of their friends (ages 3,4,5,6,and 7) to Chuck E. Cheese. The little girls were as good as gold, and had a great time. I was able to helped two friends, and felt good about that, and I will tackle that @#% mammography next Tuesday.
Thank heavens for little girls!
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