Monday, January 05, 2009

Fortune Teller

Let me look into my day planner crystal ball and read divine what the future holds for you me.

Monday, I see a small figure with a backpack...this might signify KayTar's return to school. I also see two other figures, an adult and a child, in a noisy building. I think I smell pizza. Perhaps this foretells a special lunch date for BubTar and I.

Tuesday, I'm seeing two groups of numbers; 8, 1, 5 and 1, 4, 5. I hear the high pitched sounds of displeasure that accompany the physical exertion of a certain small person when looking at the first set of numbers and feel a pricking sensation when I gaze at the second set. This must refer to KayTar's 8:15 physical therapy appointment and her 1:45 allergy testing appointment. I also sense a state of relaxation, somewhere in between these numbers, perhaps a result of both children finally begin back in school.

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday are blank slates, waiting to be filled. I sense the happiness and peace that accompanies a return to routine and the rest and relaxation that come from having three blissful hours of alone time each day while the children are both at school.

I also see a stage, likely signifying registration time for KayTar's fine arts classes; the letters S, C, H, I, P, presumably referring to a new development in our ongoing insurance dilemma; and a pair of child size glasses and a dollar sign, representing the inevitability of replacing KayTar's lost glasses.

This post is part of the first Mission Monday of 2009! Stop by Painted Maypole's today to see the rest.

10 comments:

painted maypole said...

this was great. you did what I struggled to do and failed... using the prediction to talk about what was going to be happening in my life this upcoming week.

although maybe I didn't fai...zzzzzz....

(thanks for playing along! your first one, I think! great job!)

jen said...

nicely done, K.

flutter said...

I love this!

ewe are here said...

Great!

But bummer about the glasses; was hoping those would turn up.

Sheila @ Dr Cason.org said...

Love this.

My middle just got her first incredibly expensive glasses. I wonder how long till it's lost?

tierd said...

You are such a talented writer ... well done! Are you sure you were meant for the medical field? :)

Woman in a Window said...

Funny how intuitional day planners can be, eh? Hope the peace that's scheduled isn't pushed off by anything not devined ahead of time!

Gwen said...

I think I'd concentrate on the peace that comes with kids back in school.

Let me see if my crystal ball has any of that in it ....

InTheFastLane said...

good luck on the blank slate days! My goal is always to keep them that way, but it never happens.

jeanie said...

Well done - there are days when I am happy to have such a clear "crystal ball" and there are days I miss the spontenaity of a very fuzzy ball!