Keep the dream alive.

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Real Estate Agent with Carpenter Realtors

It is amazing how hard life can be in general. We wake up early in the morning and get the kids up for school, make them lunch, and get them ready for the bus. Then we try to stay quiet so our 3 year old son will sleep in a little bit longer. Then when he wakes up, its take him to go "potty", change his diaper, turn on Spongebob, prepare some orange juice and some frozen mini pancakes while setting up the spongebob table and chair set. Then its time to let the cats out of their room and time to take the dog out to potty again since it woke you up at 4:00 am by punching you in the face with her paw. OK now its time to tell your son to stop drinking and to eat his pancakes, wait a minute, "kitty, get off the table". Now your son wants to change out of his spongebob pajamas and into his spongebob shirt, pants, and flip flops. Alright, "now its time for dad to work","but dad, do you want to play with me outside?" So now you go outside with your son because you know one day he is not gonna be a little boy anymore and will probably one day not want to talk to me at all. "Wait a minute Austin, your moms calling me on the phone" Now your wife wants to know if you want to go to her work and make us all some lunch so that we can eat together. Now its time to bring Austin inside, go to the kitchen and make some sandwiches, drinks, and snacks to stick in a Walmart bag, take Austin to go potty again, take the dog to go potty, put the dog in the truck, go get Austin and the lunch and put them in the truck, and now it;s time to drive to her work so that she has something for lunch. Now we are at her jb, so it's time to take Austin, the bag of food, and the dog in. Eat lunch for 30 minutes, give her a kiss good bye and tell her you love her and get back in the truck to go home. Take Austin, the leftover food and the dog out of the truck and take into the house. Put the food up, take the dog out to potty, tell Austin to go potty and put Austin to bed for a nap. By this point it's 12:15pm and I'm thinking about taking a nap except I still have to clean up all the dog toys,Austins toys, run the dishwasher, take clothes from the washer and put into the dryer, put clothes in the washer, make the bed. Now I have to wait until Austin gets up to run the vacuum. 45 minutes has gone by and Austin is waking up, got to go potty, dog has to go potty, oh no, I've got to change Austins diaper. My wife just called and said she would be home in an hour. It's time to start preparing dinner, still have to run the vacuum, and the yard needs cut and trimmed. Go vacuum, start dinner, wife comes home, eat dinner, clean up dinner, go start the lawn mower and cut the yard for an hour. Take dog out to go potty again, give Austin a bath and brush teeth, put him in bed and say prayers. Now it's time to take a shower myself. At this point it's 9pm and I'm tired. Now it's time to work as a real estate agent. Thank god Monday is over!

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Jon Budish
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I guess a lot of us wish real estate was consuming more of our schedule these days.

May 30, 2009 04:26 AM #1
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Shirley Parks
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Hi Danny, Just think how much time we could save if our kids and dogs didn't have to go potty!  This was a wonderfully funny post.

(hint: using more paragraph breaks makes for easier reading.) :o)

May 30, 2009 05:04 AM #2
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