I am not crazy! If you could hear all of the thoughts in my head, then my blog entries would make perfect sense. The witch story is one that I’ve had in my head for years, but since I don’t write it’s just in my head. A couple of months ago I posted about the roof laying on the ground that started it all. But I always wondered, if you found a perfectly preserved house, mostly buried, how would you explain how it got there. And there you go! I figured it out.
So I met the realtor again this morning (the good looking one) and this time I had someone else from work meet me there. I needed a second opinion. He thinks it’s a really good space too. So now at least I have someone else in my corner. You know, it won’t happen until December so we have alot of months ahead of us of whining and angst on my part. It’s 3070 square feet, with more offices than we need, more open space than we need, more parking than we need, brand new paint, brand new floors, brand new A/C and best of all our own entry and exit doors! Four of them! WOO!!!
Last week I mentioned that my sons 21st birthday was Wednesday. I guess I should have clarified, it’s this Wednesday, as in Today! It’s just freaky to me to think that I have 19 and 21 year old children. I love my babies. Even after all of these years I am still amazed at the intensity of love that you can feel for your children. The other day I was remembering some things that happened years ago and I had such a vibrant memory of how the kids looked, and with that came that rush of love and affection and then such sadness realizing that I will never have another small body come hurtling at me with abandon. Happy to see me, and giving me that unfettered, unequivocal love. And they were small enough that I could engulf them and just hug. Oh, is there any feeling like that?
I use to think I’d never be emotional about anything or anyone, it’s just not in my nature. And then I had kids. Talk about mixed emotions.
Hey – one more thing! I really was listening to the googoo dolls and that’s the icon that my media player was showing as I finished this. How Appropriate!