I'm here -- but embarrassingly inactive.
We've just watched football all day, basically.
Went out to eat and * whew * when you start keeping up with your calories (myfitnesspal app)... oh my... it doesn't take long to go waaay over.
The good news is, for the weekly average, I'm doing pretty well.
Took dmom her glasses case (which she left here a couple weeks ago.)
DH isn't feeling too good tonight. I think his knees are bothering him, maybe? And mostly just lack of sleep. He said he woke up at 6:00 a.m.
That is unheard of around here! He asked me to drive to Next Town for supper.
I've already set my bathroom clock and my watch. Also car clock. I think that leaves 4 for dh -- counting his watch.
Oh -- our team won today! I'm renewing my faith in them. LOL. We might end up at Disneyworld after all.
LOVED your J&C post, Kathryn
I feel like I've been very lax in keeping up with stuff here the last couple days, but it is because of dgrands overload, LOL! Y'all know what I mean, there is NOTHING in the world so wonderful as a grandchild... and nothing so calm and peaceful as the house after they leave.
I thought we were going to have them most of the day Monday but ds changed his plan. Now we will have dgd Wed. morning while ds & ddil attend an IEP meeting, and we will likely have them at other odd times for ds to teach lessons. The only thing written in stone, other than the IEP meeting, is Thursday morning MRI, and weekend at college town w/ds & dgs.
Besides getting lax with you ladies, I've been very lax with dailies and weeklies (and zone is just a big ROFLOL)... so starting tomorrow, at least for Sunday-Wednesday, my goal is check off dailies and accomplish SOMETHING I can SEE at the end of the day. * sheesh * How do I get so lazy? When they are here for the majority of the day, it's like I just collapse when they leave and say, "I'm doing NOTHING b/c I've EARNED it."
But when you keep children as often as I keep these two, that is just a very loud-mouthed Donwanna talking. LadyM
manage to get through their tasks with children underfoot. So can I!