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.