I have been about to BUST to tell you my big news. But I waited, because patience is a virtue. Also because I am a person who holds in information in case it doesn’t actually happen. A little insight into my sad, sad personality.
I am still on my cleaning and organizing frenzy. In fact, it’s gotten worse since James is out of town for the week. I always get a lot done when he’s gone.
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.
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
Some weekends are the lazy kind where you sit around and wonder what to do with yourselves. Like when James and I were first married and we would hear people say they were really busy and wonder what they meant.
My family gave me the best gift ever for Mother’s Day…..a whole day of work, no questions asked. They’d just do whatever I wanted.
How do you sum up Easter weekend in one blog post? Traveling, Jesus’ resurrection, finding the boys’ lost church pants and hiding plastic eggs all over the house. Spectacular.
I haven’t mentioned my health journey for a while. I’m doing fine. I am down 81 pounds since last summer. Believe me, no one is more surprised about that than I am.
Today I have the burden of trying to think of ways to make a boring weekend sound interesting. Because I doubt you really want to hear about my double nap on Saturday.
As tax season rolls along I get lonely. And sad. It’s true….9 kids and a home business, but sometimes I feel lonely for my husband and I want him to stop working and give me some attention.