…mayhem getting him ready, but all comedic in richness of the intensity trying to get the kid out the door. Melissa sending him upstairs to look for a baseball cap, he couldn’t find one so she went up and tried. “Look in the closet!” Jack yelled up the steps.
“All I see is the pig! Where are your baseball hats?”
“I don’t know! Ask the pig!” Jack said. We all laughed so uncontrollably we only contributed to his late departure and potential tardiness to practice. We didn’t care. What he said was hilarious. Can see that being a saying here now. “Ask the pig!”
Closing up AE day, readying for class. Keeping self in AE mode, adding to notes… humor and comedic consideration, health and perpetual progress… the notes themselves, study and self-assess…. More models and ideas present themselves to my page and succeeding pages.
If you don’t find humor in the stress and anxiety, you’ll never surmount it. At least that’s what I’m learning after about a year in this covid world. Working at home, herding the cat-kids, and now with a 5 month-old…. You could say it’s too much. I say keep it coming.