As adults, we typically get to choose who we are around. We pick our friends, we pick our jobs and we surround ourselves with people we are for the most part, similar to. Then we have kids who are ready for school and then somehow wind up right back where we started. Each morning as I walk my kids into school I can’t help but notice commonality between certain shared traits that unite even the most different parent personalities. Here’s a slightly sarcastic taken on who’s who on the drop-off scene at elementary school.
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The way I aimlessly wander through the aisles of Target is a lot like how I spend my least gratifying days of motherhood. For better or for worse, I lose sight of my purpose and by afternoon settle on just doing better tomorrow. Maybe there is a list but there is no plan and I already know that I’ll be in a battle with myself for presence.
As I set my purse in my cart and walk through the doors, I am resolved. I’m just going to fill my cart with what I need. I’m not going to be distracted.
Living in San Diego we have come to expect sunny skies temperate weather year round. During the holiday season when most people in the country are pulling out down jackets and mittens; in San Diego we are trying to embrace the typically chilly festivities while we stand around in shirts and flip-flops. With the unpredictability in our local weather (and my schedule) I always struggle with what to put on each day and start my day dressed for adventure.
That cozy knot sweater that felt just right for a chilly 7:30 am walk to school is going to feel torturous when I’m picking the kids up in the 80 degree afternoon sunshine. The head to toe magazine worthy look is great for a work meeting but will never get me out the door for that quick hike I dream about squeezing in before sunset.
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