This week can be best described as chaotic.
I’m grateful for a chaotic house. It means that we are living, having fun and using the things we own. Boy has our playroom got a work out these holidays!
I’m grateful for a chaotic day. Sometimes when nothing goes to plan we discover ourselves doing things we didn’t know existed. After an unscheduled trip to the shops for the second time in one day I was frustrated at myself for not being more organised. But whilst we were there, a school holiday song and dance crew were performing. Master O busted out the moves and had the audience in hysterics!
I’m grateful for a a chaotic mind. Sometime I struggle to go to sleep at night as my head is bursting with chaos. Blog ideas, house plans, this terms unit of school work, worries all swimming around trying to vie for my attention. But it means I am healthy and capable of free thought. If I am thinking it I can do it. For that I am grateful.
I’m grateful for chaotic kids. They seem to be in a routine of getting a second burst of energy just before bedtime. They chase and squeel at each other whilst raining at full speed around the kitchen. I should be angry at their bedtme routine but we cant help but laugh at the way Master O squeels at the age of 4 as he tries to run from his tiny “monster” sister!
So this week I’m grateful for the chaos and all the laughter, fun and unexpected excitment it brings into our lives.
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