Everyone needs that certain time of the day or night when there is nothing but silence and no one sneaks up on you for whatever and doing whatever. Also known as MY TIME. Well, for me, that time is when the boys (Mik and Hubby) are in bed…sleeping or having that daddy-baby bonding time!

I don’t know what other mom’s do with this time. Some may use it to finish chores, get some cleaning done, or just bum around. I am the lazy one only when weekends arrive...which Hubby complains about...put around the house for a while, eat, or watch some television.

Well, I deserve to be lazy once in a while for goodness sakes! I take care of my son even when the nanny's around and I work, not to mention the occasional household chores I have to deal with during my off days. That might not sound like a big deal but I walk back and forth from home to office then office to home. My means of transportation doesn't really require a commute cause I can get to the office building in 10-15 minutes. After that, I just want to sit down and stare at the tv and relax.

So MY TIME is very important to me. It's the greatest time of the day if you ask me. And speaking of it, TGIF! I can have my chill full time tomorrow or mom-son moment.

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