Since I've been back, I've been thinking about blogging, just about every day. And then I go, eh, what do I have to blog about. Here's what I've been up to. . . .
Last Friday -- Seems like months ago. Since I came home from our trip to a dead computer (did I ever mention that?) I needed Friday to be a work day. Typically, I never work on Fridays, but I really needed to get caught up. In the morning, my BFF Kathy came by, so I could "take a minute" and sew about 8" of a banner she was making for her son's First Communion. When she walked in with a bagful of supplies and a sketch for the banner, I knew it would be longer than a minute. So, I put on a pot of coffee and "we" made Scotty's banner. (This is my non-crafty BFF who doesn't own a glue gun. Guess who made the banner?) After we made a fastest-ever trip to the mall for the Clinique special, I did manage to get some work in that afternoon.
Saturday -- Grocery shopped in the morning. I got really organized, went through all my coupons and saved $47 on my order! In the afternoon, my Bible Study group went to tea at the lovely St. Julien Hotel in Boulder. From our table, we had a beautiful view and watched the snow lightly falling against the mountain backdrop. A fun afternoon with girlfriends. Saturday night, Dan and I decided to watch a movie. We ended up choosing Wall-E, since Em was going to watch with us. So, Dan and Luke and I watched the movie while Em went upstairs and watched something else. It was a cute movie, even though I'm not into animated films. I know, weird, I never like cartoons as a child, either.
Sunday -- Cleaned house in the morning and in the afternoon hosted our group to choose Rockies tickets for the season. There are six families that share season tickets, and it's always a rousing, fun-filled afternoon as we munch on ballpark snacks and compete for the games/dates that we all want. Always good-natured teasing and lots of fun.
Monday -- That was yesterday. Worked all day after taking the kids to school. More of the same today.
That's where I've been. A little work, very little cleaning, lots of girlfriend/family/friend time. Not bad.