Why is it so hard to just say no to doing things, when you are completely overcommitted?
That is my question for today.
Today we are getting a new dog. Right. A new dog. A third dog. Long story and I am not going there right now. I have James over today too. Good thing I went to the gym at THE CRACK OF DAWN - literally, but I got that out of the way. I need to book hotel rooms, buy Disney tickets, clean the upstairs, cancel Hannah's bed (because it is back ordered and won't be here til the end of June) do some laundry, organize the game room, look online for a new bed for Hannah, get everything ready for this weekends soccer game and swim meet (towels, uniforms, swimsuits, caps, power bars, Gatorade etc), pick up and drop off kids where they need to be............and pick up 'said' dog.
So what gives, today? Garrin's swim lesson. I feel awful/guilty for calling Debbie today and cancelling.
Today is no different that any other day I suppose. I actually thrive on being overcommitted, my life has always been overcommitted, and most times my days go by unknowingly overcommitted. So why do I feel so bad today about cancelling a lesson?