My second wind.

I didn’t realize that this was possible, but I’ve caught my second wind.  (Considering the fact that I’m not athletic, that’s about all I’m good at “catching.”)

So… quick!  Let’s conquer the world and accomplish everything on my to-do list before this surge of energy skips back out on me!

Pregnancy is so unpredictable.

News flash of the day: Bennett is quite fond of jamming some part of himself into my ribs, usually on the right side.  The good news: this is great for my posture as I’m immediately jolted into an upright position.

By the way, does it bother anyone else that the word “wind” has two different pronunciations depending on which definition you’re using?

I’ve caught my second “wind.”

When should we “wind” the clock?


I reckon that one alone is worth an hour of lost sleep.


  1. August 26, 2012

    Nowadays we don’t wind clocks, we “set” clocks … which is nice when you have several that need fixing after a power failure in the middle of the night. I don’t think there is a variation on “set” … I hope that gives some peace of mind and less lack of sleep. 🙂

  2. August 26, 2012
    margaret treadwell

    I’m just glad this wasn’t an article about wind in the British sense (gas!) because I wouldn’t have put it past you to blog about it (and you may already have!)

  3. August 27, 2012

    It bothers me. And if you end up homeschooling, you will be bothered even more… food for thought 😉

  4. August 27, 2012

    So glad you caught your second wind. Hope you relaxed over the weekend and fortified!

    Don’t want you to wind up with black circles under your eyes!


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