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So I have been messing around with my blog for like 2 hours now trying to get it looking cool and all that jazz. The Hubs took Mason to his parents’ house for a little bit so I could have some time to “exercise” the only thing I have exercised thus far are my fingers…but whatev! So hopefully people can still access this since that is what I am hoping for. Shout out if you can hear me!

 

So after 3 straight days of mania, I am now simmering down and getting to be quite blah. I hate when the mania goes, but I don’t necessarily want it to stay either.

In other news of the day…I am officially up to 65 RSVPs for my 1 year olds birthday, need to do a double take? Don’t bother I will repeat it. SIXTY FIVE RSVPS! I was totally manic when I concocted this whole party adventure…go big or go home. Well when I am base lined or just not manic I have social anxiety. So whatever the hell I was thinking was certainly not in the best interest of my other parts. Thanks manic Kaiti! You da bomb (I was told by an 8 year old that is still a hip thing to say, so there!).

 

Let me know your all out there! 

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