I have been busy flying the space station again this week. It seems in swapping shifts with fellow ADCO's all of my console shifts stacked up together. And after helping someone finish his on-the-job training, pitching the station up 16 degrees with thrusters, watching ammonia vent overboard, pitching the space station back down, and powering down and up several of our pieces of equipment for a big power box replacement I am sort of exhausted. My brain is fried and my bones just want to lie in bed vegging out on crappy Netflix shows.
But I have so much parenting to do!
My dear little Zara is quickly becoming a little girl. She is walking all over, climbing on the couch, playing with mommy's medical devices, squirming before bed, blowing lots of kisses, giving great high-fives, getting a rise out of slapping people in the face, and constantly chasing after her favorite thing on this planet - our cat, Gus ("keyyyy!!!" as she says in her high pitched voice). I've said "No" so many times in the last month - her existence is a constant correction. And I'm learning how to 'pivot' superbly.
How about some pictures by the flowers Zara?!
Happy Friday friends!