Dear little girl was up from 2:30 until 4:30 last night.
She threw up and couldn't get back to sleep for fear that she would throw up again.
Of all things.
I can't tell you the last time she threw up.
I sure hope it was a fluke. She has worked so hard and not missed one practice for the play it would be just awful to miss it.
She is still in bed so I am not sure how she is feeling today.
Patrick and I worked backstage last night as a little volunteer duty.
You know, it takes a special person to deal with 75 children.
That person is not me.
Calgon take me away!!!
You know how people say, "I could never homeschool."
Well. I understand. We are all created differently. "I could never work with large groups of children."
But, I sure admire those who can! What a wonderful group of directors and crew. They are calm and kind and hard working and I say, "God bless you!"
Off to pick Emma up from the train in Harvard. I think I will leave a little early as there is a antique store with TONS of stuff on the way and I have always wanted to take pictures of it to show you.
So that's the plan.
Busy day here.
Thank you for reading and if you have a second, toss up a little prayer for Katie's tummy.