Sunday, June 7, 2009
For today Sunday night June 7th.
Outside my window...it is dark.
I am thinking...about what a great weekend it was, great family, great friends, great performances!
I am thankful... for all of the above.
From the kitchen...I don't really know yet. Kefir smoothy for breakfast, leftover pizza will be lunch, and by mid-afternoon I should have looked at all of the options and come up with some sort of meal plan for the week. We are in clean-out mode for sure and I know the refrigerator is full, but what exactly we have, I couldn't tell you!
From the learning rooms...we're almost done...I think we have 2 or 3 more stories in Story of the World and 5 or so lessons left on the Human Body for Science. With the calmest week in a long time coming up, we should get that stuff done pretty quickly. Jake is doing Madeline (and isn't ready to return Glorious Flight to the library either...that is the one he originally didn't like).
I am wearing...jammies.
I am reading...Nights of Rain and Stars by Maeve Binchy STILL (there wasn't much time for reading last week). Madi is reading The Year the Swallows Came Early, Jonathan is reading The Cricket in Times Square, and Jake is reading Amelia Bedelia.
I am hoping...for a great summer.
I am hearing...Madi saying goodnight.
Around the house...UGH!! It was show weekend...need I say more?!
One of my favorite things...watching my kids on stage.
I am going...to accomplish a lot of house cleaning projects this summer.
A few plans for the rest of the week...Jonathan has an orthodontist appt in the morning, later in the week he might go spend a few days with my parents. Madi is "assisting" the dance instruction at a local sports camp every night this week, and Jake will be at the same camp playing basketball. Mike has a few doctor's appts including getting his blocked salivary gland dealt with. I plan to officially finish the school year, clean the house, read some books, possibly go to the beach, and a few more things. It may seem fairly hectic, but compared to the last few weeks, it is going to be "a walk in the park" (lets hope we don't run into any quicksand!!)
A picture thought...