I am always in search of something. What did I discover today?
SSSSSSHHHHHH hi, jt, just slipping by to whisper a soft greeting. Leaving...
but leave me a hug, okay, Markie?
I *love* this. I can relate to exactly what you say.
And, Sarah, at least you have a good excuse - a first and third grader can do that to you. I don't have such an excuse (anymore anyway...).
My hugs cannot be interpreted as soft or whispery. When I see you, my hug will lift you off the ground. That's because I am always happy to see you. Surprises come along routinely for me…And my word was "grayin." Hell, gray in, gray out, it's all good.
Hey, JT, you spend all day at work surrounded by middle-schoolers and coworkers and parents, right? That's as good an excuse as any, I'd say. Not that the funkiness really needs or waits for an excuse...in my experience anyway.
Thanks for the encouragement, MM! I do spend my days largely in crisis mode - whether it's a student or parent crisis or some admin issue that needs a solution NOW. So, yes, when I get home I want SOLITUDE and SILENCE. But I feel bad when I know there are other people at my house who want company. :(