#sol19 March 12 A Slice of Before That

Slice of LIfePart of Slice of Life by Two Writing Teachers March Slice a Day Challenge!
I’m slicing every day this month. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

 

I’m writing now.
Before that, I was getting children to sleep, finally.
Before that, I was trying to keep my eyes open as the boys read and solved “one more” riddle.
Before that, I was trying to keep my eyes open as the boys read and solved “one more” riddle.
Before that, I was trying to keep my eyes open as the boys read and solved “one more” riddle.
Before that, I was trying to keep my eyes open as the boys read and solved “one more” riddle.
Before that, I agreed that we could solve one more riddle.
Before that, I agreed to solve some riddles.
Before that, I agreed to buy a riddle book for the kindle.
Before that, I said, “It’s really bed time.”
Before that, I said, “It’s bed time.”
Before that, we looked at their baby albums to cheer us up.
Before that, the game we tried didn’t really work out.
Before that, we were going to play a card game, but only had 50 cards.
Before that, I was disappointing the boys, “No, we aren’t watching TV.”
Before that, we drove my daughter to play practice.
Before that, we finished dinner and said goodbye to Mr. Thought.
Before that, I made dinner and finally called the kids away from their screens.
Before that, I let the boys get away with watching random you-tubes, just so I could get a little work done.
Before that, I came home and said, “Everyone has been going to bed too late. I have a lot of work to do! Tonight it’s early to bed!”

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