Saturday, October 27, 2007

Things I Can Do in a Kid-Free House

1 - Stay up ridiculously late blogging.

2 - Practice the piano at an ungodly hour of the night.

3 - Realize that after 1:00 a.m.? My playing sucks more than usual. And that likely my fingernails are a bit long.

8 comments:

AtYourCervix said...

And how did you manage to score a kid-free night? I'm so jealous!

bb's mom said...

glad for some new posts :)

Angel said...

Woohoo on the piano playing! I'd be right there with you, if I hadn't mucked up my hands knitting so much LOL

I don't have to worry about my nails. Pain+stress=very bad habit that I must break again.

Amanda said...

hehehe... AYC, well, the whole visitation thing :) Very strange... but a good night overall, and apparently the kids had a good time at their father's.

BB's Mom, doing my best on the new post thing! Sometimes there are several in a day. Depends on when I get on a roll :)

Angel, ROFL! Shoot, girl, I'd say more but we spent nearly two hours yakking at each other last night anyway :)

Scott said...

Amanda, how is work going? Is the Chentix working this time?

AtYourCervix said...

Ohh, the visitation thing. I would go into a mini depression after my kids would leave, early on in my divorce/separation. It was too quiet in my house, and the separation was too raw on my soul - even thought *I* left him. I would mope around, listening to loud music, drink some wine, flirt online for validation, etc. It's not a time I'd like to revisit.

Now - after healing from my divorce, quiet time is a RARITY!!!! (not to mention, I have the youngest child here with me 24/7, unless I can manage to pawn her off onto her grandparents)

tz said...

I actually love the sound of fingernails on the ivories...reminds me of my mother and her very well manicured fingers(an actual fond memory)

Scott said...

Did the boys dress up for halloween?