Sunday, May 29, 2011

Golden Week

I am just wrapping up my 33rd week, and I am 33 years old - that makes this my Golden Week!  I did something delicious every day.  
On Monday I went to a movie by myself!  (As much as I enjoy being solitaire, I missed my sisters terribly that day.)
On Tuesday I dropped all my "should do's" and painted all day.  It's been a while and it felt soooo good.
On Wednesday I finished said painting and went out for a frozen yogurt treat.
On Thursday I visited Dawn, my magical chiropractor, and had my sacrum put back in place.  Ahhh, sweet relief.
On Friday I cashed in on my Mother's Day gift and got a massage to further my sacrum's plight to stay where it belongs.
On Saturday... ok I worked all day.  We reorganized all bookshelves and Gavin took loads of donations away from here.  Organization is golden, and only six weeks left to get baby's room ready!!
On Sunday, relaxation room, our weekly tradition.  I get one girl with foot lotion, another with hand lotion, and one more with belly lotion and/or a back-scratcher, cucumbers on my eyes, soft music, water with lime, and all the TLC a mom can absorb.

I wish every week was my golden week. 

Because I couldn't get it out of my head the whole time was painting, I am calling this one,
"You gotta fight for your right to PARTY!"

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Little Miss Muffet

Little Miss Muffet 
sat on a tuffet
eating her curds and whey
along came a spider
who sat down beside her
and frightened Miss Muffet away.

I wish these pictures were better!  My Little Miss Ezra was learning nursery rhymes in preschool and Miss Muffet was her favorite.  So, she let me dress her up and take lots of pictures.  I love how she is looking at the spider like, "um, I don't think so."    

Monday, May 9, 2011


We've got baby on the brain!  Nine weeks on the countdown, single digits.  I'm anxious to get the baby's room done.  Loving the turquoise, aqua, and brown.  After Ezra's Tangled birthday party, it's on - all baby, all boy, ...and lots of naps.  (I have had a hard time with productivity as of the last seven months, it drives me crazy!) 
Sari and I made a few onesies for baby boy to wear to church.
I crocheted these rattles, but gave them away to a friend having twin boys.  I'm working on more crocheted love.

And, the girls are busy embroidering darling pillows for their brother.