Saturday, March 23, 2013

Weekend Links - March 23, 2013

I have not felt like myself this week - not sick, just not...well, not much of anything. Our life feels like a holding pattern right now. Waiting for baby, waiting to see what happens with the house, waiting to see where we'll end up next and whether we can find something that fits us in our price range, waiting...well, pretty much everything is waiting right now.

I think I've mentioned I'm not the most patient person in the universe. I'm just going to be honest here: my nerves are kind of raw. Every new thing is just One More Thing Too Many. But somehow my kids haven't got that message and they are jumping on my nerves like they're trampolines for death defying tricks.

Life is turning into Survival Mode and I'm not a big fan of Survival Mode. I like Thriving and Well Planned Mode.

Oh, well. At the very least I know it's a limited time before we have our Baby Boy. The rest of the stuff may not be worked out perfectly, but at least babies come with due dates, right?

Anyway, thanks for letting me vent. Now, on to the links!

Spiritual / Inner Life
Marriage / Parenting
Homeschooling / Education
Tech / Google Reader
    My husband's newest game is still struggling on Kickstarter: Family Vacation Needs You. If you could check it out, he'd be grateful. (And so would I!)

    Pins of the Week:
    I could see these plans coming in handy in our near future:

    Could be useful:

    Thought this was beautiful (both picture and quote):

    That's all for this week. This post is linked to Saturday Linky Love at Vanderbilt Wife. Go on over and share your links posts and see what other folks are sharing. Or just take a peek at the pictures of Jessie's newest little guy. Spoiler alert: he's adorable.


    Auntie Em Stanton said...

    I so love this.. Especially your phrases about survival mode. That's where I feel like I've been the past few weeks and don't really see the end.

    3dlessons4life said...

    What a great list! Can't wait to dig in. :)
    I am using Feedly as well now, and I really love it.

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