Welcome to my exciting day in the life! It began with waking up. Always a good sign. Some other things happened after I woke up, including:
- My child woke up (ready to party)
- My husband woke up
- We all ran around
- There was a little getting-myself-ready action
- There was a lot of getting-Bug-ready action
- There was a LOT of sweating from getting-Bug-ready action
- No pictures were taken during this time because it was too hectic, but trust me, it all happened
- As per usual, our morning routine ended with running for the cable car to get Bug to daycare!
Once I sweated my way down three or four hills with Bug and dropped him off at daycare, I headed down a few other hills (THIS CITY IS ONE VERY LARGE HILL) to wait for the bus.
Then it was off to the second day of a two-day off-site meeting for new managers, put on by my company’s parent company. Follow that? Me neither. It’s okay!
Notes, an iPhone and coffee. Not much else a girl needs, am I right? I spent the first part of the morning learning about business-y/manager-y things, but there was the small matter of USA playing Germany in the World Cup, which NBD. EXCEPT VERY BIG DEAL. Thankfully, my friend Heidi was kind enough to text me updates throughout the game.
Also thankfully, our first break of the day coincided with the end of the game, so we crowded around someone’s iPad to see the last four minutes and confirm that – phew – the US was indeed going through to the knockout round! Victory! America!
It should be noted that I had no idea I liked soccer until the World Cup. But it’s great. It makes me sweat and feel like I am on the verge of death due to stress whenever I watch it. What a time to be alive!
More business-y/manager-y things happened after lunch, and then we were lucky enough to sit through a presentation about the history and making of champagne (yesterday, the CEO of a beauty brand presented to us, as well as a luxury retailer. Kind of a jackpot situation). Did you know that champagne (champay-nyuh if you are French) can only be called such if it’s made in the Champagne region of France? It’s true. Fascinating stuff. I feel so lucky to work for a company that puts on events like this for their employees. I learned so much!
And drank champagne. I mean,whatever.
After a networking happy hour, it was off to my humble abode to see my precious family, after a pit stop to pick up some dinner for myself. Had to absorb the champay-nyuh somehow.
Ah, the bus. We meet again. It was packed. Hopefully you can pick up the vibe here – I didn’t want to take a picture of faces because generally strangers frown upon that. Weird.
Before I dug into my food, I picked up after said precious family, because that’s what moms are for.
And the after:
FOOOOOOOOD from one of my favorite Mexican places nearby.
Tried to shake off this little vulture, but he was persistent so I caved and gave him some morsels.
Then we moved on to the Get Bug to Sleep portion of the evening, which typically includes a bath (not pictured for obvious reasons), some playtime, milk and PJs and then crib city.
And that brings us to now, when I’m stretched out in bed, and will be ending the evening with some intense reading.
And that’s all she (I) wrote! I wish I could share the noise of the ambulance that seems to be driving right through my bedroom right now, but alas. You will have to imagine it.
So! Are you Team USA or Team USA? Who’s tuning in for the match against Ghana on Tuesday? Who’s your favorite player?
*chants* I believe that we will win!
I am so sorry but I don’t follow soccer!
Your family is so cute! Love your dog pics!
I love this family so much and I can’t wait to be reunited with you.
You and your family are the adorablest!
I personally don’t watch soccer but I love how everyone is all over it! Your family is THE CUTEST!!! xoxo
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