Here's my news for the day:
1. SuperMomsSuperKids will have a Facebook presence soon. I'm not sure if it will be today, but I am planning it for this week.
2. Super?Mom should be ready for print/purchase by the end of April. This is tentative as I have so much to do otherwise, but a goal might help!
3. SuperBaby books are being renamed and will be ready for purchase soon as well!! I have found at least 2 ways to sell them, so hopefully eveyone will be happy.
Super?Mom is a normal womans journey. Prenatal classes, shopping, and other aspects of becoming a mom. First few days, weeks, months, year... all covered with a bit of humor, a bit of information, and a bit of distraction from the stress and fear that can interrupt the excitement.
SuperBaby (new name not yet decided...) is the journey of the baby through the first few developmental steps. Read to your child about their first steps, car ride, and discoverie
Today I felt something that caused almost immediate guilt, followed quickly by fear of superstitious retribution. My day felt not so bad when it occured to me that others were having an even worse day then me.
My plans got cancelled. Then my rearranged plans got cancelled. I was very excited about something that was supposed to happen but didn't, and I missed a visit with a friend to sit in a parking lot.
Then I found out why I had to miss my visit, and why I had to sit in a parking lot, and then I knew, this isn't such a bad day after all. One of the people I was meeting was having car trouble. Now, I won't lie, I have a lot of concerns, but thankfully it's not my car. It occurs to me now that his life is probably still a little simpler then mine right now (he has a job to work every day, while I'm working 2 businesses and my side project...) but at least today, it wasn't my car. I got to come home and spend the spare time I had from my cancelled meeting doing something just for me
I have no doubt that next time it will be my car, but until then I must appreciate what I have, and hope that karma gives me a little break...