Sunday, September 2, 2007

What can I say about Sundays?

It is my 1 day off a week... And, it never seems long enough! I always have a laundry list of things to accomplish on Sundays - which never seems to get fully completed. I do get Monday off this week due to Labor Day, but we're having a yard sale this weekend so I have to keep checking on the yard/kids/niece while trying to finish things. This tends to detract me from my goals which slows down the whole process. It's odd - I can multitask with the best of them at work. I may get a little fuzzy-brained if it continues non-stop for more than an hour, but I can do it. At home -well let's just say not so much.

It's good to hear the kids laughing and playing with Krys- outside. (They're a little too loud for comfort inside! LOL) Brenden had a pretty good sunburn when he came in last night, but it is gone today... Just look at those cheeks!
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And, that reminds me... here are his "leopard" spots:
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I completed this LO for Pamela's CT last night:
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Credits:
Papers and bow from the Expecting You Kit by Pamela of Digitreats available in her Ebay store.
Mud template from the Boys Templates Collection by Pamela of Digitreats available in her Ebay store.
Fonts: 1942


And, this one this morning:
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Credits:
Papers and elements from the Expecting You Kit by Pamela of Digitreats available in her Ebay store.
Template #3 by Pamela of Digitreats available on her blog.
Fonts: 215000EURO; 321Impact

This is me 2 days before Micaila was born.

I'm off to try to complete more of my to do list! :)

2 comments:

petra a*k*a milo82 said...

great pages and it's a good thing to have your weekly day off, right?? I'm trying to set my mind to working tomorrow after 3 weeks of vacation!!

Have a great snday!

NW Lady said...

I followed your link from the DigiShop Talk Blog Train. I love the spots on your son, those are pictures to scrap Mommy, he was using himself as a layout, lol! Typical children. Your note from today takes me back to three young children and a hubby that worked three rotating shifts within the month. There was never enough time or energy. Just remember the moments with your children can never be recaptured but the laundry, dishes and dust will come again and again, and they always wait! Have a wonderful Sunday and Monday.