I have a lot I’d like to share today, but not much time. So, here’s just a little of what’s going on around here. I’m so glad my husband is back from his business trip. Can’t wait to go on a date with him!
What’s keeping us busy:
We’re very busy with my son’s Aladdin musical that he’s in right now. The rehearsals are 45 minutes away. It’s such a great experience for him, though. So, I’m glad we’re doing it. I’ll be there tonight finishing up some costumes!
The other kids have basketball games on Saturdays, along with the rehearsals, so my husband and I are getting good at “managing the chaos”, as they put it in “Cheaper By the Dozen.”
Collage of the week:
I did a few workouts this week but not as much as I wanted to because my kids were sick. I was worn out!
3 in 30 for February:
1) Learn how to use my new camera (read the instructions and practice with it)
2) Exercise at least 4 times a week
3) Read, review, and apply what’s learned from Unglued, a Devotional by Lisa TerKeurst
And a Time to Laugh:
When my husband was on a business trip we received a mysterious letter in the mail. It’s still in the garage, and I still haven’t examined it closely. I do admit I freaked out a bit when I opened it. But that night when I read this texting exchange between my oldest son and my husband I started laughing so hard I couldn’t sleep!
Son: mom was freaking out that some fake person had sent us a biological disease, weapon that could wipe out our town
Son: it was some guy named Samuel Shurkamyo or whatever, it was a letter written in pen from massachusetts, inside was nothing except a plastic bag, mom immediately threw it away in the garage and washed her hands, we don’t know if anything was inside it
Dad: Wow! We better keep the address, maybe even the letter
it’s probably some fake person from eBay
Dad: What would be the purpose, though
Son: J ordered a charger from eBay and we found out that the guy was removed from eBay
Dad: Hmmmm- the plot thickens