Sundays are special. They’ve really become my favorite day of the week. Friday IS hard to beat. I mean, at the end of the week I am so drained that Friday is like a breath of fresh air, but Sunday is special. Usually my errands are taken care of. Usually I get to go to church and usually, we get together as a family, at least in the evening to spend some time together.
That said, I’ve re-structured my Sunday post a little bit. My goal is put the past week to rest and focus on what makes me happy.
Right now, I am enjoying my first cup of coffee and let me tell you, it is gooood. I’m also enjoying coconut Greek yogurt with sliced almonds, dark chocolate shavings and toasted coconut on top. It’s my new favorite breakfast. I love it. I will hit church and then it’s me on the couch with a book.
Nothing much going on this week. The Teen’s drama competition is over so those rehearsals end and the ones for The 39 Steps pick-up again. Annie rehearsals continue as well. I really do love that my kids are involved in theater. It’s a lot of work but it always pays off.
Friday is Halloween and The Girl has a friend coming over for trick-or-treating and possible a sleep-over. She’s supposed to spend the night but there is talk of a cross-country meet the next day so I need to confirm. The Teen and his girlfriend may come over to carve pumpkins and watch a movie. Hasn’t been confirmed though.
- Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
- For a read-along and we are almost done!
- Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink
- For book club. All about a hospital and how it managed during Hurricane Katrina.
- Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
- Really, really different from what I thought it would be. It’s kind of good.
- Driftwood by Elizabeth Dutton
- Also very good. It grabbed me just a few pages in.
- The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell
- Took a break from it but I am back to it now.
I finally got The Hub hooked on The Walking Dead. Still working on The Teen. He watches it, but claims that he is not into it. Yeah. Okay. Movie wise, I am lining up my horror flicks and trying to get them in but with The Girl around, it’s difficult.
I made meatloaf and mashed potatoes last night which will be enjoyed in lunches this week as well. Tonight, we will probably have turkey tacos.
I am grateful for a lot these days. The roof over my head, my family, and that I was able to finally find a church that fits me.
Happy Thought For the Week:
This Friday I am announcing the details for #ReviveMe2014. Can you guess what it’s all about? REALLY looking forward to this.