Today after church a new friend told me she'd found my blogs and had been reading up on our lives. I chuckled as we drove home because I realized she may know me/us better than most of the people from church just from reading my blog! Hah.
Then I wondered, 'just what in the heck have I blogged about recently?', and then I got home and checked (just before falling into a sleep coma) and realized that I've blogged about nothing for almost three months. How is that possible?
Then the thunder woke me up. Awesome, house shaking thunder. Which I'm very disappointed, that it hasn't accompanied any rain yet. But since it is Fast Sunday, and since dinner isn't for another 30 minutes here's my 3 month catch up.
- Spring break (while daddy worked) in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Such a unique place - a complete Greek fishing village. We enjoyed sight-seeing, taking a boat tour to Anchiote Island, our first Deep Sea Fishing (it was amazing) excursion where our youngest cleaned up on the fishing, and a little Easter dress shopping.
- Easter - with our traditional taquitos and trifle. And yes, Easter was back to back with a birthday - totally not fair on the parents!
- 3 birthdays (happy birthday us).
- Oh, I hit the big 40. Now I can complain when my body starts falling apart - there's a reason to pin it to. :)
- That living healthy challenge - I lost 20# between January and April. Go me.
- 2 straight weeks of house guests/company. 4 different families came to visit us. We loved spending time with them - but would thank the airlines to kindly space out their amazing pricing better through out the year so we can enjoy everyone one at a time.
- 3 Disney trips - one for my birthday with my parents, one as a chaperone to my daughter's school's chorus group (chaperoning 12 kids and dealing with a bus that forgot to pick us up made for a long day!), once with two women who I work with at church just for fun - and it WAS fun...
- 2 weeks where I sort of started to grieve and really struggled with a deep depression. Very unlike me, but whoa was I in a funk. I think it was the first time I really had to maybe begin my post miscarriage grieving process, when I finally had a window when I wasn't running crazy everywhere. Regardless, I'm glad to be re-surfacing after that. It was pretty miserable.
- 1 crazy week of organizing a string group to play for my daughter's school, the last cub scout pack meeting of the year pot-luck, organizing a community & ward bike ride/run/walk, taking care of sharing time at the last minute, family and their in laws for dinner, planning Memorial Day activities for the ward breakfast, my daughter's birthday, party, and last day of school all on the same day.
Our summer plans you may ask? Well.... they mostly involve bike rides, children bowling for free, swimming in our pool, and as much stress as we can avoid, oh, and don't call on Tuesdays. They are our lesson days - mine and the girls'. I'll be teaching alot that day with 6 new students, and fitting in lots of playing during the rest of the week.