Spent about an hour at Conner's school hanging up some snowman projects (for 4 classes) on their giant bulletin board. I also used strings of orange christmas lights and poked the little bulbs through the snowmens' carrot noses. It looks pretty cute. Then off to Walmart for misc. items. Back home to drop the milk off in the fridge. To the bank for some cash. Then the scrapbook store to drop off my design team layouts for the month (I make two scrapbook layouts for the local scrapbook store each month to showcase some of the items she carries and in return I get store credit). And then it was time to pick up Conner from school and finally back home just in time for lunch. Mornings like this always have the potential for draining every ounce of energy and patience that I might have. But I have to say that it was a very nice morning. Payton and Anna were angels -- so perfect. Anna slept from 8:30-12:30 -- how awesome is that. And Payton played quietly with the toys at pre-school and never complained or acted up as I pulled him in and out of the car over and over again. I'm definitely thankful for how smoothly everything went. And to get some scrapbooking in over the last few days . . . I almost feel like a real person.
Trying to get caught up on scrapbooking -- this is from our trip to Vancouver, B.C. last year for a Josh Groban concert. Good memories.
Conner's first day of school LAST year. I remember having these thoughts the first time I saw this photo. I'm so glad it stuck with me so I was able to jot it down.