I think I probably shouldn't be on here tomorrow am (though I may find a way!). Here is my agenda for tomorrow: 1. Cook Caramel Rolls (they are made and rising) 2. Pack bread machine and all ingredients to make another batch of rolls 3. Pack clothes for Sat and Sun 4 Set out Sat and Sun medications for difficult child 5. Set out Sat and Sun clothes for difficult child 6. Pack Creative Memories supplies (scrapbooking) into van 7. Take difficult child to school - he will probably be telling me that he needs to stay home - he is dying - there is something wrong with his head, ect. ect. ect. (Xanax helped just a little today so may try again tomorrow). School refusal is getting super bad! 8. Cart Breadmachine and supplies into school - set up as much as possible before going to work 9. Work until 11:30 10. Pick up lunch for difficult child (He wants Applebees Car Side To Go but I don't know if I will have even the few minutes it takes to call that in) 11. Supervise school lunch (difficult child will be starting the breadmachine at lunch time so dough will be ready at 1:30 for his demonstration) 12. Help with 2nd grade Social Studies 13. Put names on 14 note cards to graduates (I wrapped the gifts and wrote the cards today - one less thing to do) (If recess is indoors maybe I can do this then) Actually, one of the teachers watches the recess - I usually volunteer that time so the teacher can have longer lunch - maybe I need to be selfish this time? 14. Set up Sunday School attendance table 15. Set up 3rd and 4th grade Sunday School classroom for movie 16. Find a bible verse and catechism reading for opening on Sunday (again, if inside recess, I can do this while watching the kids) 17. Maybe find a devotional for difficult child to do in my absencse on Sunday (though that may not happen) 18. Watch difficult child's presentation on how to roll out, butter, cinnamon and sugar, roll up, and cut dough for caramel rolls. (maybe even video tape it - starting to love digital) (bringing this morning's rolls in to eat - no time to raise and bake this batch) 19. Help difficult child with clean up from demonstration and prepare basket of supplies for husband to take home. 20. Make sure bowling ball is not in the van (on the off chance difficult child can talk husband into taking him bowling). 21. Leave by 2:30/3:00 pm for the cities. (Thankful that I don't have to find a gas stop along the way tomorrow unless I want to) 22. Miss my traveling companion (difficult child) until I reach my destination. I don't always like to travel alone. Now, if I forgot anything, please don't remind me, just do it for me! PLEASE! I should not have volunteered for lunchtime duty on the first working day of the month. I may not have time to verify all in-patient and out-patient funding in three hours. Out-Patient may have to wait until Monday. Oh well, it will work out. I will just breath through each step and not worry about the next. I am having a mini panic attack wondering if this is doable so I better sign off and go to bed - things will be easier after a good night's rest. If I don't get on in the morning, I will be back Sunday night!