Monday, July 14, 2008

Yeah, Yeah. It was a short break. I know.

Okay, my break was short. But I honestly didn't write for almost 32 hours! So, it was a pretty big break! For me. Oh, and vacation breaks don't count. Only the "I'm taking a break!" breaks count. You know? Yeah.

What's on the agenda this week:
  1. Teach 9 piano lessons Tuesday morning.
  2. Make Five Flags for Youth Conference.
  3. Make 50 blindfolds/armbands for Youth Conference.
  4. Strip wallpaper off of Master Bedroom walls.
  5. Make 5 sets of "gold plates" for Youth Conference.
  6. Make sure all activities have all props and supplies for Youth Conference.
  7. Go to Enrichment Wednesday night.
  8. Pack suitcases for my children and for me. And Brandon.
  9. Go to Youth Conference (Thurs-Sat)
  10. Make sure children are all set at going to Youth Conference.
  11. Get family photos taken (on Saturday).
  12. Get children's individual photos taken (on Saturday).
  13. Go to a big family party Saturday night.
  14. Teach the CTR5 class on Sunday.
  15. Fall in an exhausted heap Sunday afternoon.
  16. Start blogging, because I am behind by about 7 posts. YIKES!

What are you doing this week?

P.S. Go over to Just Trying to Remember and enter Julie's first give-a-way!! Wait. I think it's her first give-a-way. Julie, is it your first give-a-way?


Never A True Aggie said...

I am tired just looking at the list. Good luck with the week!

Amanda D said...

We're all glad your break wasn't too long. You are one busy chica!

Not much on my to-do list. I need to cut hubby's hair, rebraid daughter's hair, host scrapbook group and go to playgroup. That's about it.

Good luck with your stuff!

Susan M said...

Hey, 32 hours is like a week in Internet time.

I'm taking my son to see a band this afternoon. That's the only thing on my list.

Darren and Becky said...

Wow! Cheryl - I'm amazed at how much you can pack into a week. Perhaps you can give me lessons :).

Anonymous said...

That's a crazy busy week. I cannot believe that you're doing family pictures in the midst of all that. Nothing stresses me out more than family pictures. Nothing. I'm not kidding. I'm obviously half the woman you are.

good luck!

Cheryl said...

You just have to have very low standards as to the dress, process, and outcome of the photos. Then, for some reason, it doesn't seem to matter.
Oh, and have a friend who does the sitting session for free and will take a bazillion pictures to make sure your family turns out okay. :)
P.S. You are 10 times the woman I am!

Heather said...

Cheryl, you crack me up. I feel so lazy looking at your list. I purposely avoid extra curricular activities and try to lie low!! Way to jump right in with no fear!! I miss having you here in sunny CA.