Single Moms (and Dads) Everywhere, I Salute You

Ian’s been gone on business about 30 hours now. Managing Lucas all on my own at busy times of the day (morning before school, evening, and bedtime) has been major fun—I mean headache. Thank the gods for school and babysitters! Honestly, I don’t know how single parents do it by themselves day in and day out! I would totally join a commune….

We had a lovely, if brief, dinner out last night with Grl_Fury and Kimkimkaree. Thanks for meeting us ladies. It was nice being out with you, even if we couldn’t stay out late.

Somehow today I have to edit a handful of chapters on boxing, bake a contribution of some kind for the Harvest Faire tomorrow, and clean up around here. Ian will be home at around 5:30 I think. Hopefully he’ll get some studying done on the train.

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