#AuthorToolBoxBlogHop – OUT OF OFFICE

out of office

It’s a new month, and typically should be a new post for the #AuthorToolBoxBlogHop but as you can see I’m “out of office” this month.

I’ve been elbow deep in mini-home makeovers. My youngest two boys have always shared a room, and we’re separating them. By “we” I mean me as my other half doesn’t really take part in these endeavors.

While my boys are excited, momma is tired. Super tired. I forgot how much effort it is to de-clutter, move furniture, paint, put together furniture, etc. Been at it for two weeks, kid one is done, working on kid two’s room now.

All this means that at the end of the day I’m tired. And can’t think on deeper levels. hahaha so the idea of writing some meaningful and helpful post is beyond my mental capabilities right now.

My boys start school in three short weeks. Hopefully my sanity and focus will return and I’ll be back doling out random “advice” and scattered thoughts next month. Until then, happy hopping and I’ll still pop in to do some reading during my breaks from painting.

Until next time,


5 thoughts on “#AuthorToolBoxBlogHop – OUT OF OFFICE

    • Meka James says:

      This time around it wasn’t too bad. I was cleaning out my daughter’s room so that one of my sons could move into it. She’s been out of the house since going off to college and now lives in NY. No reason to keep her room open and unused. It was basically a free storage unit for her. LOL

      thanks for stopping by


  1. AuthorSarahKrewis says:

    I move my kids rooms around a lot. Not painting or building furniture, but yeah…it’s draining. ❤ Mom life comes first though, so I get it.

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    • Meka James says:

      I don’t. The last time they had their rooms done was years ago. The Teen is keeping his as is, I did offer to do it as well. The younger two are getting their own and what they have now will pretty much be what they keep until they leave for college. hahaha

      thanks for stopping by

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  2. raimeygallant says:

    Whenever I think about back-to-school, I think about this commercial that used to run for an office supplies store. It adapted “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” Christmas song to back-to-school, and parents are dancing in the aisles while they shop for school supplies. 🙂

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