So many have asked how my week "off" was. I feel like I'm disappointing them when I have to say I didn't even have a chance to really sit and enjoy anything.
Monday and Tuesday Witt had half days, so I dropped the boys off in the morning and then picked up Witt at noon. Came home and went back to pick up the other two less than 3 hours later.
We had two rooms getting tiled so there were workers in and out of the house all day for the most of the week. (That also means two of the rooms in my house have displaced furniture... so my house is no where near "in order".)
I went grocery shopping, returned library books, went to the farmer's market, got my haircut , got the oil changed in my truck, brought Nathan to the dentist, and then we all had a chiropractor appointment.
I cleaned out lunch boxes every afternoon and repacked them (with the boys help). I packed afternoon snacks for each boy.
I filled out all the beginning-of-the-year forms and registered for things online. I went through the daily school work and signed notes from the teacher.
I ironed the next day's outfit for each boy. (don't see this lasting too long... LOL)
I did laundry and dishes and more laundry and more dishes.
I cooked breakfast every day. Lunch for Jeff and I almost every day and then supper most nights.
It was a full week and it was full of CHANGE.
CHANGE TIRES ME OUT.
By Wednesday, I needed to crash into my pillow. I called Jeff around 4 and told him I was feeling bad. Asked if we could go out to eat and not go to church (the boys and I really needed the extra sleep). So that's what we did. The boys were in bed by 7:30 and I wasn't too far behind.
I perked up a bit Thursday, but then by Friday night I was exhausted again.
This has been a big transition for all of us. I think we'll make it, though. :)