Okay, enough with the ranting already. Today was a good day. I stuck around my neighborhood and I didn't feel snarky at all. Not even once. The girls and I joined up with some amazing mothers that I have never met before, but that I feel like I know. I always joke that I will meet anyone who emails me for coffee because if a mom (they're always moms) works up the nerve to send an email to a stranger asking her out to coffee, then I'm going. It's weird how once you have kids you actively seek out the company of other mothers because, let's face it, mothers understand all.
But the women I met today are people that I have known forever from an online parenting forum that we frequent. We have joked together, laughed together, supported each other, disagreed with each other. We've shared pregnancies together. Our kids have grown up together in a sense. And today, a bunch of us finally met. And even though we didn't get to talk much because our kids split on us and we spent the entire time chasing after them, it was good. Everyone is exactly how I imagined they would be.
So no more snark for the moment. This will make J. happy since he hates snark, especially in blog form. (Or maybe it's just that he hates my snark.) The sun was shining today.