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March 4th, 2012

Where Can I Buy Motilium, WOW. It’s been a whole year. Sometime last winter, my life exploded and my free time all but disappeared. Motilium coupon, Free time that was not dedicated to watching TV, that is – somehow I have managed to squeeze in an embarrassing number of Bachelor/Bachelorette episodes around all the parenting, working, and trying to keep the house from completely falling apart. (My brain capacity is permanently diminished after all the Rose Ceremonies and “is s/he here for the right reasons?” discussions.) But pretty much everything besides work and bad TV fell by the wayside for a while, Motilium usa, including exercise, adequate sleep, and my beloved blog.

By now, I’m sure most readers have moved on to something with more recent and – let’s face it – more compelling content, Where Can I Buy Motilium. Motilium paypal, My last post was last February, and it was about sandwiches. To those who still care (hi, Andrea!), I apologize, 750mg Motilium.

While it's possible that a few people out there might have missed my overuse of parentheses and completely random topic selection, I know I was definitely missing my outlet for recording funny or exasperating family moments. I thought briefly about just being done with the blog, Motilium us, but lately I’ve been missing it more and more. Where Can I Buy Motilium, I write all the time for work, but I crave the first person, conversational, over-punctuated-to-my-heart’s-content blog writing. The fun writing. Time to try again.

Here’s a brief recap of the memorable events of 2011, bullet-point-style because this is like going running around the lake for the first time after a long winter on the couch: best to start slow, 20mg Motilium, and try not to hurt myself. Let’s hope my face doesn’t turn fuschia like it always does after that first run. Here goes:

  • January: I set ambitious goals for my freelance projects on top of regular job hours and test the limits of never saying no to anything, leading to high stress, lack of sleep, and lack of blogging, among other issues, Where Can I Buy Motilium. Siena makes a sculpture for her school art show entitled: The Land of Cozy. Motilium overseas, The accompanying description explains that the Land of Cozy is like a giant comfy bed, where the girl can curl up with her stuffed animals while her father is taking care of her, because her mother is away at work. I cry at the elementary school upon reading this.

  • February: our house is broken into and my beloved laptop is stolen, along with every other electronic device we own, 250mg Motilium. The children are devastated to lose the relatively new Wii, not so much because the device itself is gone, but because “all our records and scores and Miis are gone. FOREVER!”

  • Where Can I Buy Motilium, March: ?. Motilium ebay, [Ed.: I don’t really remember March. Insurance claims from the robbery, work, more work, and it was cold a lot, Motilium india. I’m sure some other stuff happened, but I wasn’t blogging so it’s hard to recall exactly what.]

  • April: We welcome a teaching intern from Chile into our home (through an international teaching exchange program sponsored by Siena’s school). She has never lived with a cat before and promptly develops hives and other allergy-related misery. We start looking for a new host family for her, Where Can I Buy Motilium. 30mg Motilium, The kids are thrilled to have her, then devastated when she has to leave sooner than planned.

  • May: It snows at the annual May Day parade, usually one of my favorite Minneapolis events. Our teacher from Chile is not impressed with Minnesota. Neither am I, Motilium craiglist. We all contemplate moving. Where Can I Buy Motilium, The rest of the month is a whirl of school events as the year wraps up, along with work events, deadlines, more work, and trying to figure out what to do with the kids after school lets out for the summer. We win season tickets to the Minnesota Twins but are too busy to attend a game together until July.

  • June: We head to South Dakota for two weeks, first staying with our friends Sara and Ryan in Sioux Falls, 150mg Motilium, then staying at a ranch resort for a giant reunion of Matt’s extended family, then traveling back with Matt’s parents in their House on Wheels. We visit Mount Rushmore, see buffalo, and go hiking ("forced marches or you’ll never see the iPad again" would be how the kids remember the hiking), 500mg Motilium. Siena rides a horse for the first time, and we stop at the home of Laura Ingalls Wilder in Walnut Grove on the way home, on my birthday.

  • July: Matt and I escape briefly for two nights up north with friends, 50mg Motilium, Siena turns seven (seven!), Elliot continues to hone his lightsaber and ninja skills, and we head to Grand Marais for the second year in a row to paddle in the dragon boat races. I love everything about the dragon boat races.

  • August: Siena goes to horse camp. Elliot takes swimming lessons and is so proud on the last day when he jumps into the pool unassisted, Where Can I Buy Motilium. We travel to San Diego for my cousin’s wedding, 200mg Motilium, and we tackle a litany of tedious house projects. I spend several gorgeous sunny days inside, painting trim a whiter shade of white and thinking the whole time that, Motilium uk, while Martha Stewart might approve of my prioritizing here, Mary Oliver probably would not. Bunk beds are purchased, Elliot’s room officially becomes “the kids’ room,” and we welcome our second international teaching intern, Motilium canada, this time from Barcelona.

  • September: School is back in session, work is in high gear for both of us, and routines are gradually being settled into. 10mg Motilium, Mireia, our Spanish intern, quickly becomes part of the family. Where Can I Buy Motilium, We all spend three nights at a hotel while the windows are replaced in our house, and Matt and I celebrate ten (ten!) years of marriage.

  • October: We go apple picking and procure Star Wars costumes for Halloween. Matt dresses up as a Rock Star Banana. Yes, Motilium japan, that's right. Our house is completely torn up as we have ceilings refinished, walls painted, 100mg Motilium, and the front steps replaced. We eat multiple meals on a picnic blanket in the basement while the kitchen is under construction, apologizing profusely to Mireia, who was probably not expecting this when she signed on to live with a host family (luckily, she was very patient and gracious about everything).

  • November: I have a work event and a bunch of deadlines, 1000mg Motilium. We contemplate breaking up with our contractors because the work on our house does not look likely to finish anywhere close to on time, Where Can I Buy Motilium. We gets things put back together as much as we can in time to host Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday. Mireia helps us make Catalan food for appetizers; we begin our Thanksgiving feast with a Spanish omelet and Pa Amb Tomaquet (bread with tomato).

  • December: Work slows down incrementally and I promptly respond to the reduced adrenaline rush by getting sick. 40mg Motilium, What I think is a cold turns out to be walking pneumonia, although the "walking" part is a bit of an exaggeration. I faint while trying to get breakfast one morning and spend the rest of that day shuffling in and out of various clinics until someone can see me without an appointment, then return home to sit on the couch with an inhaler for two weeks straight. Where Can I Buy Motilium, Christmas comes, and is completely magical. I never get tired of our traditions: family dinner and gifts (just our household) on the 23rd, Motilium mexico, or Christmas Eve-Eve, then homemade pizzas with my family on Christmas Eve, followed by Santa's arrival and then Christmas Day with Matt's family.

  • January: We add another holiday tradition by celebrating Kings Day as they do in Spain. Motilium australia, Gifts from the three kings are hidden all over our house, with clues in Spanish leading the kids from one to the next. A few days later, Mireia moves to her next host family. We are all cry on the drive over to her new house. We enroll the kids in a Taekwondo class, Where Can I Buy Motilium. I make some New Year's resolutions and attempt to revisit routines that are neglected but important to me, such as yoga and this here blog. We’ll see how it goes.

My main feeling about 2011 is one of relief that it's over. It wasn't a horrible year -- in many ways it was a very good year -- but it definitely felt like the treadmill had sped up when I wasn't looking. I'm looking forward to a little more balance, and a lot more blog time, in 2012.

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8 Responses to “Where Can I Buy Motilium”

  1. Lisa H Says:

    So HAPPY to see a post from Catnamedpig in my RSS feed this morning! I miss reading your posts. AND I miss you! More blog posts please.

  2. Kate Says:

    Hey, I still read too – I met you at the blogger meet up and added you to my feed reader and it was so nice to see you pop up today. I’m glad 2011 was decent enough ;) Better than being completely dull and non memorable

  3. Laura Says:

    Thanks, guys, for not deleting me from your readers! Glad someone out there is still reading. :)

  4. Matt Says:

    I believe my costume was titled “BananaRama” after the 1980’s pop duo/band of the same name.

    “I’m your Venus, I’m your fire
    At your desire.”

  5. David Says:

    It’s nice to see you back to writing again, Laura. I saved the billingsgate in last year’s final post since I know first hand what it’s like to fall behind on these things. Here’s to hoping to trend continues.

  6. Dave Says:

    Welcome back to blogging!

  7. Andrea Says:

    Thank you!

  8. Laura Says:

    @Matt — I had no idea your Halloween costume had a title. Thanks for getting the song from the razor commercial stuck in my head.

    @David — glad you’re still reading. I appreciate any comment that works the word “billingsgate” in.

    @Dave and Andrea — you two were actually the only people I anticipated would be excited about this development. Maybe you can hold me accountable to keeping up better than last year.


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