It’s going to be a good day

I know it’s only 10:30 in the morning as I type this, but I can already tell it’s going to be a great day.

I woke up this morning feeling…. awake? It’s a strange feeling, and I like it.

I taught a few classes (got lucky, and didn’t get any manic 3 or 4 year olds), and got some good feedback from the parents of one of my new students. They like me, they really like me! *swoon*

Emmett let me get him ready for school without running away. And the bus was actually early today, so we didn’t have to sit in the driveway for our usual 15 minutes while the kids telepathically dare each other to run into the road!

Madeline took a shower with me (willingly) and let me wash her hair! “Don’t I look so beautiful now, Mom? You’re pretty cute too, though.”

I’m in ZERO pain (woo!), and they recently reformulated my favorite CBD oil so it no longer tastes like deep-fried grass!

I decided that my hair was boring, so I cut off a few inches and reinstated bangs. I really don’t know why more people don’t cut their own hair. I get it if you have short hair, because it’s hard to see the back of your head, but for medium length or long hair it’s seriously easy (sorry to any readers who cut hair for a living – I’m sure you do it better than me).

I found a spray at work yesterday that promised “dewy” skin, so I bought it on impulse and now I’m positively glowing with the dewy glow of radiant skin (just kidding, but it does look nice and I haven’t broken out in a rash yet so WIN!).

And finally, I’m currently waiting on bread to rise. Laundry is in the washer. Madeline is dusting everything in sight like a tiny Cinderella (seriously – she’s singing while she dusts, she’s wearing her Cinderella princess shoes, and she couldn’t find a mouse so she’s holding her small toy dog, “Puppy Huey,” as a substitute). Dinner planning is underway (Madeline wants a rhubarb and strawberry pie for dessert – I’m excited), and nobody has cried yet.

Best. Morning. Ever.

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