Don’t have much time. Work has flowed into my office and now I’m treading water like a m—–f–ker. It’s good. I like knowing there’s plenty to keep me busy and that money will flow my way soon, too.

I have a big ol’ Asher post brewing in my mind and no time to write it down. Must make it a priority v. soon, or I’ll forget what he was like at this stage. I’m trying valiantly to document my children’s childhood, both for their sakes and for mine. I want proof that I did all this. Otherwise it will disappear in a fog of sleep dep.

Our summer is progressing nicely. We have a huge list of fun things to do and we’re slowly making our way through it. Lucas seems busy and entertained. I’ve only turned on the TV one time on a weekday this whole summer!

I had that confrontation with my friend last week finally. I think it’s all gonna be OK. We talked for a long time. Went through the whole history of the issue, explored how each part made each of us feel. It was exhausting, but good, work. I haven’t had to work that hard to communicate in a friendship in a long time. I guess that’s cuz most of my good friends have now known me since I was practically a baby. I’m hopeful that it is survivable now. Before last week, I wasn’t sure that we’d make it through our first problem.

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