Other than my Sunday morning outing to church, I don’t think I left the house all weekend. I’m usually not that much of a homebody, but the mountains of laundry could be ignored no longer. I’m down to two loads left, and tackling them today.
Unless, of course, this morning’s training session leaves me without limb function.
I tried a new osso bucco recipe Saturday night, and despite the brief interlude in which we decided that discussing the composition and function of bone marrow might best be left for the science lab and not the dinner table, we all enjoyed it thoroughly.
The boys have three days of school this week and then they’re done until January. To say they’re ready for break would be an understatement. I’ll be taking them traveling early in the month while Mr. CPQ stays behind to work and fund my hotel habit. We have to be back in town mid-month for basketball tryouts for the spring season (new sport for them and new blog fodder for me). I may head to DC for a quick trip to see the American History Museum that has reopened after a year long closure. After that we’ll be home because theoretically the house has to be decorated and cookies need to be made.
I’m also having a rather significant birthday and I need to mentally and emotionally prepare myself.
Speaking of preparing, I need to sign off and prepare for the day ahead. We’re taking the boys to the Shriner’s circus this afternoon and I’m meeting a friend for coffee tonight, so if anything is going to be accomplished, it needs to happen in the next few hours.
Have a nice day.