Sunday, September 28, 2008

one man shy

It's 10:27 on Sunday night and I was hoping my man would surprise me by walking in the door from his four days (so far) out in the woods on a big muzzleloader hunt.

I don't think it will happen tonight.

Last year was a big year. Remember this? It's hard to beat a year like he had last year.

I'm hoping that all his hard work will pay off tomorrow and he will come home to me.

I'm lonely!

Don't get me wrong, the boys and I have stayed VERY busy since he left on Wednesday, but we're missing our leader of the testosterone army.

The water heater stopped making hot water and we settled for cold for over 24 hours until super-wife I took action and got it fixed (for a really good price).

We've had four soccer games, two play dates and I even had my monthly girls night. We went to church this morning and my next door neighbors even took my two older boys to the circus this evening.

We've had a full schedule.

But I'm lonely and I miss my man! Come home my great white hunter!

5 comments:

Mountain Mama said...

Oh Friend! You are doing an awesome job "holding down the fort". Hang in there. He will be home before you know it. Enjoy this day He has given you. Enjoy your boys. You are a great example of a (commanders) wife.
love ya!

Kristin said...

it takes a great mom to "hold down the fort" and keep things going. you have to be patient and loving even when you don't want to be. hope kenyon comes home soon! get some sleep tonight - and my boys are hoping for something big! : )

Natalie said...

Yes, the Girls' Night must occur at any cost!

Audrey said...

I found your blog through Beth at I Should Be Folding Laundry. I'm a mom of FOUR boys too! So finding your blog was wonderful! Someone else! :) Your sons are beautiful... my guys are 4, 3, 17 months and 14 weeks. I love how you call them "gentleman in training" - so true.
Best,
Audrey

Sharon - Mom Generations said...

I loved your post over at Beth's! It seems you've got everything under control out there! I remember as a little girl when my dad, a Navy guy, would be on sea duty for months at a time. As a mom and grandma... I have such respect for how she did it all...

I'll be visiting here often!

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