Pony Up

I am trying to get some writing in today but Ever and Erin are watching My Little Ponies in the same room as my desk and so I am like writing one sentence and then getting engulfed into the storyline and then I snap out of it and write another sentence and then I am like, "Wait, what did she just say?" and they answer me and then I turn back to my computer and I have completely forgotten where I was.

I have been trying to get up early to write but it's not working out well because I'd rather use that little bit of time to sleep. So sue me.

I was sleeping last night and woke up in a panic because my lungs wouldn't open up enough for me to take a deep breath and I was coughing and thumping my chest and

(Human Twilight Sparkle just chose to go to Crystal Prep! She's like the smartest!)

and Christopher woke up and ran and got an inhaler and taught me how to use it and I did and woah, it was amazing how fast it worked. I am new to allergies but boy do I hate them so much.

But I am trying to say that with a night like last night, and the night before when two of our kids got bloody noses, and the night before that when one child entered into a nightmare marathon I just don't get a lot of sleep. So I take it when I can get it.

And writing just comes when it comes. I guess. So what's with My Little Ponies turning into humans? I mean, call me a purist but...turning ponies into humans isn't scientifically correct for one thing.

Besides that, when those ponies turn into humans and experience allergies and nightmares and bloody noses you'd think they'd be like, yeah it's a pony life for me.

But what do I know? I've never even been a horse much less a pony.

Ok, time well spent.

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