Sunday, April 19, 2009

This Past Week

This past week was a busy week, but a good week. I am working with such great gals that really know their stuff, so it makes my job very enjoyable. Five full days of Title 1. I was tired by Friday.
Angie and Sheryl at lunch

Marsha doesn't like to have her picture taken,
Scott had his fifth wheel moved to Vernonia over the weekend, so on Monday, Scott and Daniel moved to Anderson Park to live until he can either rent a house or buy a house. He also went back to work on Monday.

On Tuesday we had P.E.O. at Myrhinna's house. What a lovely home she has, and she is a delightful hostess.

On Wednesday we went to the track meet in St Helens. Kendall does the 4 by 100 relay. They got 2nd in Banks and third in St Helens. She also does the 100 and the 200 meter dash.

Daniel does field events and the 100 meter. They both are having a great time.

On Thursday we played bunco at Dolly's house. I enjoyed the company, but I wasn't a winner.
On Friday I kicked back after I got home from school. I was in bed by 10:00. I guess I'm not as young as I used to be.
Saturday morning I went shopping and treated myself to a pedicure. I had a relaxing trip to Hillsboro all by myself. Mike had played poker on Friday evening and didn't get home until 2:30 a.m., so he napped all day on Saturday.
Saturday evening we played couples bunco at Steve and Marilyn's. We begin the evening at 6:30 with a potluck. There is always a lot of wonderful food. I usually turns out to be a pretty balanced meal, but this time we had cookies, and more cookies. Mike won consolation, but I didn't win anything. Winning isn't everything, in fact, it is a minor part of the evening. There are 8 couples and plenty of laughs and a great time.

Stewart and Stacey gave me this bouquet for Easter, and it is still lovely.

Today was a day to go for a walk, do some housework and yard work, and go for a ride, and of course, blogging.
A busy, but enjoyable week.


Linda Reeder said...

I loved going to track meets when the kids were in highschool. It was a wonderful period in out lives.

Denise said...

That looks like a lot of fun, great photos, also of the flowers. Thanks for sharing them.