21
Jun
07

A day to myself

Well I got to my sisters yesterday, she took the girls to church with her last night and Josh & I stayed in. He go to bed at a normal time and slept great. I am not sleeping well but managing it, I think.

Today I got in a good workout and did some shopping. I have had the day to myself as the kids are at Mothers Day Out today. No one will be home till 5 so it has been a nice quiet day. A much needed rest. My sisters birthday is tomorrow so I ordered her cake today…they did not have her fav flavor, spice cake, so after the bakery I went to the store to grab stuff for dinner and a spice cake mix so she can have her spice cake as an early bday celebration. The cake smells great, it just came out of the oven.

OK, well I am off to try and nap.

The excitement continues….

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2 Responses to “A day to myself”


  1. 1 Em
    June 27, 2007 at 7:17 AM

    where did you get the pottery???? maybe I should have saved some mud from our house?

  2. 2 Anonymous
    June 27, 2007 at 7:44 AM

    a place called oodles gifts in Hattiesburg… the artist email is nettlesstudio@aol.com


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