It was a great day! I got up early, fixed a nice breakfast for everyone, got the day going, and ignored the snow flying out my window. Then, I got myself cleaned up, kissed everyone bye-bye and went out to lunch with a couple of girlfriends I hadn’t seen in a while. Wrapped up that pleasant afternoon with a solo stroll through my local fabric emporium and moseyed home.
The kids were playing downstairs and didn’t even realize I was home for almost an hour. That let me get dinner started and in the oven before they attacked. It was awesome.
I suppose there are some advantages to having your husband home all the time. Very very few- but lunching with the ladies and mano-a-mano with the fabric store are two of them…
5 thoughts on “Spring Break: Day Five”
That sounds like such a nice time, even if there was snow. I love just wandering around fabric stores.
Glad you got the break you deserve! Sometimes it just takes one of those days to make all the other ones worth it 🙂
I’m trying to figure out what cheeses I could safely mail across the country to you, any suggestions?
Em, how bout we just say “It’s the thought that counts!” and call it a day! It’s crazy expensive to mail cheese. Trust me!
I’ll wear my beautiful new earings (have them on right now, actually!) and eat a slice of crumbly cheddar and write you a thank you note… 🙂
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