I love the visuals. Perfect image of motherhood. Sigh.
Just had to laugh at "vacuuming behind the piano." Trust me. I did that last week when we rearranged. Just leave it be. You DON'T want to know what's back there.
We're living a very similar life.
laughed out loud. LOVE it!
Do you know how much I love you?!!!!I laughed and laughed. Can relate in so many ways.Except I notice no pie for blogging :)
Too funny!! Love how you keep it real!:-)
ah ha ha ha!! you are awesome!
Fantastic. I think you've captured every mother's late night insomnia thoughts with the middle pie.
turns out, it takes way more time to keep two 2-year-olds from killing each other than I ever would have imagined. My grid looks a lot like yours ... sigh ...
BRILLIANT. I hadn't even thought about my responsibility to the sick and infirm, and have now added it to my list. Thanks for that.
so so true
I'm not the only one? Thank you. Thank you. THANK YOU!
This is genius. I used to at least write constant to-do lists of things I never got around to doing, but now I can't even manage to get "Buy New Notebook To Write To-Do Lists In" on my to-do list.
love it. i don't want to make a pie chart. i am too afraid of the truth.
Ok, but then there is the teeny slice of the pie chart taken up with meeting blog friends in real life to which you devoted significant time last week!! :) Amanda
Your forgot 'cleaning behind the fridge!' I did this two weeks ago after two years of neglecting the disaster, and the only reason I did it at all was because I had company coming to stay for a week.Love the visuals!!Ruth
Ha ha! The laughter is so soothing! Found this over at Today's Mama! My "quiet crying" has been all but done away with by the Family Manager system, though! My time use tips are here: http://establishedways.blogspot.com/2011/08/time-saving-tips-to-make-your-life-as.htmlShelley
Over to you!