I'm not naturally gifted when it comes to numbers.
Even though numbers are a big part of my life.
But I have found something to the following equation to be true, no matter what the numbers are:
(# of extra curricular activites) x (# of kids and young adults )
is directly related to
(# of hours on the road/in the gym/on the field) PLUS (loads of laundry) Plus (# of times I am so thankful for the help and support of friends and family)
So here's a math problem for all you who like a numbers-sort of challenge
If a mama spends 15.75 hours in 4 days (mostly at the speed limit) in a vehicle
in order to watch 6.75 hours of various sporting events
does 11 loads of laundry at home and 5 loads of laundry simultaneously at the laundromat in the 2 days immediately following the aforementioned sporting events/extracurriculars,
with 5 loads of laundry left to do before the 48th hour of the second day is up....
Exactly how insane does the mama in this scenario go before she snaps?
Just curious...in case you are good with numbers, I'd like to know.
'Cause like I said, I'm not so good with numbers.