Before I go to bed.
It is 12:15 am and I am off to get some much needed sleep.
Just when I think I am in total control of my life and have everything in check, I take on one more thing that is my tipping point.
If there are any that read this blog and think some day she is going to crack well feel free to say, "I told you so" in the comment box.
My head is spinning. I have done more today that I would often do in a week, but still feel like I have not done anything.
The Pink Christmas envelopes are coming right along, thanks to my sweat shop workers, Anne and Jeff.
We made 24 General Conference Kits for the Young Women and I delivered most of my batch.
I visited one of my YW who had a birthday and took her her favorite breakfast cereal.
I revisited one of my other YW who had a birthday on Sunday and I decorated her door at 11pm the night before with 50 darling scalloped embossed birthday signs, only to find out today I did it on the wrong street, wrong house.
I helped Annie Kate get her violin for school at the darling violin shop.
I watched Sally Jane pee on a stack of 50 Pink Christmas profiles - oh that was a low point.
I woke up at 3:00 am thinking of my Young Women and their trials and struggles and could not get back to sleep. I read the scriptures in search to find peace.
Gave antibiotics to all my sick kids.
I thought about how I should be running today to get ready for the marathon I am running in 10 days.
I started a new blog today that is amazing, (thanks to my new partner) but since I didn't post I will keep it under wraps until I do.
All I could think about was that one of the gals I visit teach is also having a birthday and I didn't call or send a card.
So, yes even Everything Pink gets overwhelmed. No worries about calling for outside help. Today is the reason I picked the word PACE as my word of the year. Little by little I will finish every project. I will find peace for my worries and slowly lose the birthday guilt (oh ya didn't call my brother in law either) I will remember this night when I think of saying yes to another project and be OK with saying no.
Tomorrow will be better.