Thursday, February 28, 2008

Give me another cup...

I was over at my friend Shawn's blog and I saw this picture. Do you ever feel like this? I love coffee and I think the caffeine well, it helps to keep me moving. I probably didn't mention this, but I'm taking a class. It seemed like a good idea at the time, I'm cutting down on speaking, but now that we're heading to the final project... I could smack myself! What was I thinking?! I'm struggling part of me needs an extra project outside of my family, outside of the A word, but reality is my time is so very limited. Its that balance thing again. BTW I want you to know I've figured the whole balance thing out, we just need to add another eight hours to each day.

Currently I'm enjoying a San Francisco Bay blend (trying not to feel guilty b/c I don't believe it's fair trade).

9 comments:

Casdok said...

I love on coffee too! And an extra 8 hours wouldnt go amiss!

Jen P said...

Love Buzz is fair trade! =o)
It's new from Equal Exchange. I got it from my church...couldn't find it in stores. Try online but if you can't find it let me know and I'll ship you a bag.

Elissa - Managing Autism said...

Love the picture!!!
And I'd happily take an extra few hours too!

A Bishops wife said...

I wish it did do this to me!

I seem to be amune from that. I just drink so much, that it eventually nauseates me and I switch to milk. I drink it before bed so I will not awaken with a "caffine withdrawl headache". I do not like those.

The Glasers said...

Thanks for the chuckle!!!! I naturally look like that because of my coke-bottle glasses . . . :-)

FXSmom said...

I'm doing classes too and I'm sorta beating myself up too. Ur not alone :)

Shawn said...

love it!!!

Norman said...

That's exactly how I looked like the past 2 weeks. Overload of coffee because of project implementation.

http://norweionline.blogspot.com

Jo said...

I just have to tell you, it is so refreshing to meet another mom who loves a child with Sensory Integration Disorder. My own brother was diagnosed with it only after a good fifteen years where we thought he was autistic or had a brain tumor! We love him dearly and have watched him grow into an amazing man of God, and I'm sure the same can be said about your own dear son.
Thank you for encouraging me through your writing... may the Lord be with you always.
Love in Christ,
Josephine