Saturday- The Nyquil I took laste last night must have really knocked me out. I woke up at 7am, walked out to check on the boys (still sleeping), went back to bed and slept until 9. Zach and I went to the library (he’s been reading like crazy), went to Culver’s for lunch where we saw my sister-in-law Teresa, stopped at Wal-Mart for milk and a battery for our home phone and then stopped at Nana’s to drop off the diabetic testing logs I had photocopied for her. We decided to skip church tonight and go in the morning instead so when Jeff came home we played a couple of games of 35, ate the turkey, mashed potatoes & stuffing I had made and watched the Wild game.
Sunday- Went over to Mom’s for a superbowl party. I made a new Mexican Dip in the crockpot that was really good, and while the guys watched the game Mom & I played cards.
Monday- Our boy scout meeting tonight was attending the school board meeting. The boys need this for the Citizenship merit badges. It was the first school board meeting I had ever been to and it was more interesting then I thought it would be.
Tuesday- Book Club tonight was fun. We met at Northwest Pizza and we were reviewing a great book, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford. The book recieved a lot of 4 star ratings from our group. Read my review of it here.
Wednesday- I went to confirmation class with the young man I am sponsoring. Our guest speaker tonight was supposed to teach us about the Fruits of the Holy Spirit and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit. I say supposed to because all he did was confused me. I had a healthy understanding of it going into it having taught it to my catechism classes, but now I’m not sure what I know anymore. They probably shouldn’t have that man teach us again.
Thursday- Bible study on Matthew 17 was on The Tranfiguration. After the study we stayed and just chatted for a while. What a great group of people in the study!
Friday- Last night Zach and I played cards for hours again. I’m not getting much book reading done lately because he wants to play cards constantly! That’s okay, he’s only mine for a little while longer and I’ll enjoy spending time with him while I can.