It's amazing what you can done in an hour without your children.
This morning I had to drop the kids off at a friends because I had a second interview (more on that in a minute). After I dropped them off, I dropped off something I made for someone and picked up something at her house. Then I drove over and picked up some clothes for Mary. Then I ran an errand to the camp where Henry left his lunch box, I was able to stop by the post office and even pick up breakfast. This was all before the interview. Then after the interview I went to the library to bring them a DVD, I forgot to put in the case. So, let's say in two hours all that was accomplished. If I was toting two kids, yeah that would have taken two days.
Now, back to the second interview. I'm very excited to say that I will be working part time from home for a one lady company. I will be pretty much her right hand girl. It's only 10-12 hours a week to start but I see it increasing in the months to come. I won't start until September and I have Henry in kindergarten. She is very nice and was very accommodating with MY schedule. I'm really looking forward to working with her and watching her company grow.
I guess you can say, I also got a job in the two hours I was gone from the kids and that is pretty impressive too.