I am bone-tired in spite of the fact that I am moving at a snail's pace these days. It is not so much the pregnancy I think (I don't get very big and I'm only 17 1/2 weeks along) as it is being 45, pregnant and having five nine-and-under to school and chase after. My small successes, although getting smaller and smaller, are seeming rather monumental as of late.
1) It looks like I am going to finish the project for Our Lady of the Caves in time to bring it up there on Sunday. Poor Father--he's been waiting ever so patiently for it!
2) I finally have an appointment to get my hair cut--not trimmed--for the first time in 20 years. I won't have it too short, I like to pull it back or put it up, but I am ready for a change and I have the okay of my husband and children. Strangely, getting my hair cut is more nerve-wracking for me than having another baby. I have more practice with the latter...
3) I made my spring-cleaning list for Lent, to begin Monday. Looking at it, I hope I am not being too ambitious, biting off more than I can chew. I mean, I'm not scrubbing down walls or anything, but it it a pretty big house and there is work to be done in every room. Eek.
I look forward to reading about your small successes! You can click the image above to see what others have done this week.