I feel a bit disconnected.
Wait, what? Did you say something? Because there are 400 other thoughts racing through my head right now and I do not have the capability to listen like a normal person.
The end of this week wraps up one crazy semester for me at AAU. (Just for the crazy record, I started out the fall semester living in New York, then we moved back to Kansas City, and then we moved to Utah. TWO OF THE MOVES WERE UNEXPECTED. Nice, huh?) And can I just say, that after all my final projects are turned in I will be able to breath a bit easier?
I have some fun projects in the works as well and I’m excited to focus more attention on them as soon as this week is over.
Deep breath . . .
To top off this craziness, David has been in and out, and back again, over and over to the point that it’s even confusing me. Just last night I ran into some of my cousins (who happen to be deaf) at a concert, (which sounds bizarre after reading the aforementioned bit of info about them) and they were like, “Hey! Where’s Dave?”
And you know, I was frantically signing apologizing for my sloppy and forgetful speech, while trying to remember State signs and grasping for words. I was like, at this moment, he is in Utah, but he’s only been here for 24 hours because he just got back from Denver, and Cheyenne, and tomorrow he will be in New York, but then he’ll be back, and he should be here for a few weeks, but then I don’t know where he will be and did I mention we’ve had FOUR major moves this year?
And it all comes out like a big run-on sentence like that. With no breaths.
It is a bit embarrassing to tell our story because we really are gypsy’s.
He is constantly on the move and it is no wonder why this little guy’s favorite word is “GO!”
What do you call a car? GO. What do you call a ball? GO. What do you call Grandpa? GO. What do you call mommy? GO.
GO. GO. GO.
He has YET to say mommy.
He’s working on it.
Wish my husband luck at his interview in New York! This is Hannah’s location pick for residency. She asked TWICE this week when we were moving back to New York. Along with the rest of his interviews, I REALLY hope they fall in love with my husband!
Well, not fall in love with him because that would be weird . . . but you know . . . I hope they really, really like him and decide they HAVE TO HAVE him for their program.