I am Wonder Woman. At least that is what I thought yesterday morning when I left the house, on time I might add. Two loads of laundry were done and one more was in the washer. Dinner was starting in the oven and was planned down to the veggie and bread. The kids had everything they needed. And I had even done my 8-minute workout.
I am Wonder Woman! I got to the office a few minutes early. Worked my way through a pile of papers I had been avoiding. Printed the reports the boss needed and made it to my sales appointment on time.
I am Wonder Woman! Can you tell I am proud of the day I was having? Notice I said was having? That's right Wonder Woman came crashing to the ground when at promptly 3:30 p.m. I called my husband (he's a teacher) to make sure the boys knew their chores for the afternoon and to ask him to start the potatoes to go with the roast I had in the oven. To which he replied, "the electricity went out today, the roast is raw. Oh and we have to be at baseball at 5." WHAT? No, I have no back-up plan and I don't even think there are chicken nuggets in the freezer. Ok, I'll be home at 4. I'll figure something out.
I am Wonder Woman???? What was I thinking? By the time I got home I had to scramble to get something in my baseball player....thank goodness I had 12 chicken nuggets and a handful of tator tots in the freezer. Does ketchup count as a veggie? It did last night. The two kids are fed. Hubby grab a sandwich, we're outta bread. Eat the meat and cheese.
By the time everyone grabbed something, were on there way and I sat down, I realized... I am Wonder Woman. I Wonder when I am going to have time to get groceries this week.