We can't seem to keep Josie well, and the majority of last weekend was spent nursing her back to health. I felt like crapholyo all week and passed out each afternoon when I got home from work. Matt put up with me, but he didn't truly show me any sympathy until Wednesday afternoon when the yuck that had been creeping up on me for days was finally evident on my face, or should I say leaking from my face. Cold medication was no match for the virus that invaded my head. I slept the majority of the day Thursday, and by Friday the head cold was gone. I now am a proud owner of a lovely dry cough, but I'll take that over a faucet face any day. So, to celebrate the sickly week coming to an end, Matt and I decided to ride to Gainesville and see what kind of trouble we could get into. Our first stop was to Hoggetown Ale Works. Matt picked up a few supplies, and then we headed to Macaroni Grill. After placing our order, we got a phone call from Grandma. Lucas was sick- pukey sick. When the food arrived, we quickly scarfed down as much as we could and boxed the rest. Even though our date was cut short, we enjoyed each other's company. The amount of words we exchanged in that 3-4 hour period far exceeded that of the previous week's words combined. Hayden and Josie are still with Grandma and Big Daddy, so the Luke man has us all to himself and I can tell he is loving the attention. Back tickles and cool wash cloths, who can blame him?
My name is Katy, and I'm a native Floridian. I have three precious children, and I've been happily married for twelve years. I enjoy the simple things in life, for example, freshly brewed coffee, a good movie, perfectly seasoned steak, and silence. At our house silence is truly golden, and when there is that brief moment of silence, I usually fall asleep before I can enjoy it.
English is my first language, but I also speak whine. This is a language spoken mainly by hungry, sleepy children. I became submersed in this language after the birth of my first child. In the beginning I only understood the language, but now after three children, I not only understand it, I speak it- fluently.