So after too many nights staying up, organizing, packing and being bossed around by my husband... we are on our way. I spent this morning keeping Bitsy and M-Lyons out of the way as the rental house was deep cleaned by a GREAT group of girls... crazy... I cannot stand working with this cleaning business. The owner and who ever she has running the office cannot get their act together. And then they promise whatever it is the client is asking for even thought they know they may not be able to deliver. It drives me nuts. So the girls showed up over an hour late this morning. It got to where the office manager wouldn't answer her phone when I called (I only called once and an hour later she wouldn't answer - so at this point I'm totally ticked off...) but anyway the girls showed up and they were great. But I spent 3 hours keeping the small ones out of the way... and then the carpets needed to be cleaned... so I'm tired, from managing small ones. BUT - the big kids had a great last day of school and we are in the hotel.
I get to hang out here for another week and try to maintain my sanity. But that is another story for another day...
in the meantime I have psoriasis plus sunburn (ow!) from keeping M-Lyons and Bitsy outside...

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