Our weekend started off with a bang. Since we don’t celebrate Halloween, we decided to christen our new rec room with a movie for the whole family on Friday night.
I can’t believe how quickly October is flying past. While it will be remembered as one of the worst times in my life, it is also God’s mercy that I look back and realize that weeks have slipped by without my realizing.
I remember in college I could stay up all night for a week then recover with a nap and some cold pizza. Now I require three days of sleep and chicken soup (without the noodles) to get over staying up until midnight.
It started out pretty well with a quiet Friday. We have been getting small jobs done around here and prepping for school to start.
In case you missed it last year (or the year before that) this is the time when I start to complain about the heat. You might think that I have an affection for it after living in Texas my whole life, but no. I despise it with a passion.
For last weekend’s graduation, we decided to build a game for everyone to play. We had all ages coming, so we needed something everyone could play.
A high level of activity over the weekend has put me into a state of joyful exhaustion. We have been building toward this weekend for the past 18 years.
We have been working in the yard for the past few days getting ready for a big party tomorrow. Two of the girls are graduating so we are having a small ceremony with family and close friend
It’s the age old question asked since the cavemen chiseled wheels out of enormous rocks and attached them to sticks: WHY does driving all day make you SO tired?!
Well, it never stops around here. The next weekend after we get home from Kansas we will have a graduation celebration for two of our daughters.