I had a pretty good weekend. Didn't do so much that I felt overwhelmed. Didn't do too little that I felt lazy. I was able to strike the perfect balance. Friday night was a birthday party for my nephew, Michael. He is seven. It was also his mom's birthday. Saturday I did some crafty stuff and then went to another birthday party. This one for my nephew, Trace. He's six. Saturday night I took my sister to see "Breaking Dawn, Part 1". She loves the Twilight movies. I don't really care for the acting, but she really wanted to go and she did have a birthday on Friday. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
On Sunday, I went to Lowe's and bought a new Christmas tree. Pre-lit. The idea of putting lights on my old tree was putting me in an anti-Christmasy mood. I went cheap. Only $88.
THEN....I spent the afternoon doing laundry, crocheting scarves, AND watching Tony Stewart win the NASCAR race AND the become the NASCAR champion for his third time. If you don't watch racing you may not understand how awesome his winning really is. Jo knows...
And now the week begins and I am so thankful it is only a three day work week. I spent all day today looking at spreadsheets and placing orders. Tomorrow will be more of the same. Probably Wednesday, too. I so look forward to turkey, ham, and all of the fixings on Thursday.
Tonight I should be going to the Cardio Pump class but I'm not. Just don't wanna. Instead, I'll run up and down the stairs a few times. Sounds like a good trade off.