Thursday, October 18, 2007

I'm up early this morning. It's nice to sit on the couch by myself and do nothing. Aaaah....

Today is Thursday and therefore: CRAZY. I don't know why Thursdays are that way. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that I procrastinate on everything I know to procrastinate against and have, again, waited to the last minute to do everything. Yes, I believe that's it. I tell myself that "I work better under pressure", but I also don't get as much sleep under pressure, I worry about getting everything done when under pressure, and I totally lose conciousness when I eat under pressure (picture me with a half gallon of ice cream and a big spoon and a big look of surprise on my face).

Things to look forward to:

1. Tonight is our spooky reading. "The Tell-tale Heart" by Edgar Allen Poe read by Glenn Beck. It's really good.
2. Tomorrow-after co-op which I have not prepared for yet: EEK- is when I leave for our women's retreat. It will be so great.
3. Sunday night Community Groups: Bonfire, marshmellows, hotdogs and singing around the fire. How very Octobery.
4. My parents are coming next week to spend 4 days with us. Silas asks everyday "Momma, how many days until Grandma and Papaw come?" Of course, this is followed by: "Momma, how many days til we go Trick or Treating?" or, "Momma I'm gonna be a robber for Halloween, right?" or, "Momma, who's coming over today?" Ding. That's what I always say to Silas after he asks questions. He smiles so big that I imagine his smile dinging a bell. He likes to ask questions. The same ones. Over and over. A-hem.
5. Reformation Celebration at our church on the 31st.
6. Dressing up and trick or treating.
7. The last soccer game is on the first Saturday in November.
8. The last co-op for the semester is on the first Friday in November.
9. Christmas Bazaar at our church on November 10th. BTW- if you would like a booth for anything you make or would like to sell let me know. There is no registration fee. We need more people. I'm responsible for finding them. Help me.
10. November 11th: Leaving for Florida for two weeks. This is especially exciting for me because when I leave to go to Florida, everything that has been crowded on my plate will be done. With the exception of the Christmas program, but even that will be delegated out and I will be able to enjoy going home for Thanksgiving.
11. My sister is following me back up here with her four kids to spend time up here while her husband takes his finals for law school. I'm so excited about this. I will get to spend FOUR WEEKS with my sister. It will be so fun.

Today is first... we actually have a Sock Hop today with the homeschool group. The boys are easy to dress up for the 50's and I'm trying to look like June Cleaver. We'll see how that goes. If I succeed I'll post pictures. Ta ta for now!

8 comments:

CoachGator said...

This is what I was talking to you about yesterday, your very creative. Good stuff!

heather said...

Hey I was feeling pretty good until I read your list and realized my list is very similar so now I am am feeling a little overwhelmed.Is it Friday yet?

Missy said...

I am freaking out because I forgot that today was the sock hop! AGHHHH! I don't think we'll make it. I have 1/4 tank of gas and need to make it out there tomorrow. Also, we have no 50's clothes. Lana is feeling kind of mucus cruddy today too. I guess I will have to forfeit my whole $6 I paid. Have fun without me.

Marsha said...

I feel exhausted just reading your to do list!

michelle said...

All of that sounds great. I am so happy for you that you can spend some time with your sister. That is awesome. I am thinking about the Christmas bazaar. I'll get back to you.

Melissa said...

I love the sentence "picture me with a half gallon of ice cream, a spoon and a look of surprise on my face" I actually can picture that Mrs. Hill, and it's just beautiful!!!

alli said...

We totally painted with marbles yesterday! It was sooo much fun! And, me thinks me might frame it. That is how much I love it. I love you blogs.

What do y'all do at the Reformation Celebration? Maybe I can steal some more ideas from ya!

i will blog soon...after I read everyone else's cool blogs...

Abbey said...

I can totally see you dressed as June!! I hope we get to see a picture!