Wednesday, May 6, 2009

I do have things to say...

So, I do have things to blog about. But, I have so much to blog about that it seems overwhelming. It's not that it's anything that exciting, but it has been so busy around here. I'd like to upload some pictures too, but that takes a little extra time that I feel that I don't have. I'm being lazy. So, I'm going to mimic my good friend, Makila's blog, and just give you a few one-to-two-liners that should sum up the past couple of weeks.

The last weekend in April we went to Sioux City. Bill had a conference there and I got to visit some friends. Fun was had by all. I always cherish time with those people.

I started softball practice. I am going to coach the 18 and under girls this year and should have a good team.

Luke got really sick last Thursday night. He had a high fever and a sore throat. Of course, I panicked and thought we would all die from the swine flu. He was fine by Saturday (remind me to blog about my trip to the doctor's on Friday...that's a whole separate post in and of itself).

Katelyn started eating rice cereal. I really don't like starting her so early, but the little rascal won't take a bottle. So, when I have Premier shows, Bill or my mom have no way to feed her. She likes rice cereal and is getting used to the whole spoon concept.

I kept Luke in all weekend in fear that he had the flu. I'm a weirdo.

Bill did a lot of yard work over the weekend: tilled up the garden, took the landscaping pond out, mowed, fertilized and cut part of our walnut tree down.

I hyper-extended my knee because of Jillian's S.hred. I took one day off but will be back to it tomorrow. No guts, no glory.

Because I had a day off, I had ice cream tonight. Now I feel guilty.

I'm off to bed. Part of me wants to stay awake even though it is way past my bed time. I think I want to stay awake because I am really enjoying the peace and quiet.

1 comment:

Janna said...

Sounds like you are keeping busy--hope Luke is feeling better. My thoughts have drifted toward the swine flu to when sniffles begin to show up--wonder if we'll get to a point of needing masks . . .? Hope not. ;o)