3.18.2009

What's up this Wednesday?

Thinks are settling into a frantic pace around here. Spring brings baseball and baseball means practices, jamborees and games. That means something or multiple somethings are happening every night of the week and all day Saturday. Thought I'd share just a glance of what one week in our life looks like. Are you ready?

Monday:
---Chase baseball practice 5-7
---Luke's last basketball game 5:30-6:30
---Jordan & Mom Weight Watchers meeting 7:00-8:00

Tuesday:
---Luke baseball practice 5:30-7:00
---Austin baseball practice 6:30-8:00

Wednesday:
---Chase baseball practice 5-7
---Austin soccer practice 5:30-7
---Church 7-8:30

Thursday:
---Chase baseball game 4:30-7
---Mom work at Scrapbook Store 4:30-7
---Luke baseball practice 5:30-7

Friday:
---Mom work at Scrapbook Store 11-5
---Austin soccer practice 5:30-7
---Jordan work 6-10
---Chase baseball uniform pickup 7:30

Saturday:
---Innis Arden Rummage Sale 9
---Austin soccer game 9-10:30
---Austin baseball practice 11-2
---Mom work at Scrapbook Store 11-7
---Luke baseball game 12-1
---Chase baseball game 4:30-5:30
---Swing Dance at Church 7:30

Sunday:
---Austin soccer game 9-10:30
---Fix grandma's bathroom 12:30
---Jordan work 1:30-4:30

Keep in mind that this is an easy week---no real games happening yet to make the weeknights complicated. David is a trooper - he handles almost all the practices so that I can get caught up with scrapping responsibilities and budgeting.

There is a big event happening over at the Urban Scrapbooker that starts this Thursday night. I don't usually work at all, but I'll be going over to help all weekend. This will make it a bit tougher this weekend---but it should be okay!

I finished up my April Dixie Pieces kit---watch for the reveal on April 1st. I also finished a few layouts for the Scrap Diner:

Visions

our history

This is for a sketch challenge over at Dixie Pieces:

irish eyes

1 comment:

Joanie said...

Beautiful pages! Especially love the Visions layout...the details are amazing!

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