First alarm goes off. A silver double bell from Target. No snooze button, so I fumble & manually turn it off
Second alarm. Cell phone across the room. Stumble across the room & hit snooze.
All alarms go off. Clock radio w/ two alarms & cell phone. Ok, now I'm up, but I'm not happy about it! Make my way to the little one's room and sing her the "good morning" song. She is not amused.
Get dressed. Nudge, tickle, sing to, and otherwise coax little one out of bed. Luckily, getting her dressed is easy. I pick out all her clothes for the week on Sundays.
Everyone into the car! Bags of cereal, bags of lunch, school work, jackets, sunglasses, cell phone, hair clips. Will forget at least one of these things in most cases.
Drop little one off at preschool. Brush her hair (it wouldn't survive the car ride), hugs & kisses.
Make it to the office. Open email, get crappy office coffee (hey, it's free.) Wooooorrrrrrkkkkk.........
Heat up lunch & Facebook/Pay bills while eating.
Talk a walk, see the sun, hear the wind. Keeps me sane during my fluorescent lighted day.
Clock out and touch up homework. Print out any needed materials and study for any tests
Pick little one up from preschool and make way to friend's house across town...at 3mph with all red lights.
Catch up w/ friend; chat about kids/school/weather/dogs. More hugs & kisses for the little one and I'm off to school
Park a thousand miles from the school and head to the classroom. Schoooooollllll.....
Snag a tired child from friend's house. She's fed, bathed, and content. But I need a crow bar to pry her away from the toy cars.
Story time & bed time for the little one. More songs, hugs & kisses.
Finally, some time for myself. Do the dishes, heat up some dinner and plant myself in front of the TV. Sort mail, do homework, play w/ my Google phone, write notes while watching tv (Rachel Zoe?)
Shower routine, check facebook/email, snag magazine/book and head for bed.
Guess it's Wednesday! Sleep.....