It's Family Day here in Ontario. It really doesn't feel like the start of a new week. Right now we are waiting. Waiting for boys. Matt worked nights last night and so he's sleeping. Spencer is still sleeping, inspite of the fact he's been woken up several times and it's been suggested that he needs to start his day. Cameron is doing homework that he's put off doing on the weekend. Once they are up, and ready to go, hopefully we'll go out and do something familyish with what's left of the day. Anyone have any suggestions? It will definately have to involve food.
Recapping the last week looks something like this:
-last Sunday afternoon I went up to Jackson's and spent a few days with my sister and friends in a cottage. It was Heaven! I slept in (for me) in the mornings, started reading a book, scrapbooked, ate lots, did a little shopping, watched movies, and laughed ... a lot!
-it was back to reality on Thursday!
-Cameron has been in Robotics every day after school this week - again, from 3 - 8ish. Saturday they were there from 8 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. and Sunday from 8 -2. They are being crated this week and sent off to Rochester in preparation for the competition. When I went to pick him up on Saturday he dragged me in to show me the forklift that they have finished and is now working. He's loving every minute of this programme. Best of all, the teachers are loving him and have told us so a few times.
-I got my new pillow from the Chiropractor on Friday. Hopefully it will ease the migrains and the neck pain. ...hopefully I won't leave it behind somewhere when I travel.
-I'm looking forward to getting back into a normal routine this week as Cameron won't have to stay late for Robotics. Lots of time to catch up on homework.
-Spencer is on his Reading Week this week. He's decided not to go to Ottawa. He and Matt may take off for a couple of days instead and do something.
-big band programme on Saturday at Mississauga. Anyone need tickets? $10 for adults, $5 for children.
Big news! I have a layout that is out in print in a book from Log Your Memories. The book is hitting the market as we speak.
Here's the layout: