Here's the last few days or so...

Friday: On the way to the airport to come home from Chicago I discovered that my flight was canceled. I had been gone since Monday, I REALLY wanted to get home. Thankfully, our corporate travel department was able to get my on a later flight home.

Saturday: Somehow, Connor and I took a 4 hour nap together. I'm not sure I can remember the last time he or I took that long of a nap. It was wonderful. Until Connor didn't want to go to bed until midnight. Oh well. Who doesn't want to watch 3 straight hours of Bob the Builder late at night? Also went to church for the dedication of the new sanctuary.

Sunday: Bryan and I took Connor to the Children's Museum in St. Paul for the first time. He was a little hesitant at first but then was really having fun. We'll definitely be taking him back as he gets older, but he could have spent all day in the water table area.

Monday: Went 4 for 4 or 5 for 5 (can't remember) subbing on a womens softball team, unfortunately I am probably 0 for a bunch on co-ed tuesday nights. Oh well. I golfed in high school. I also played infield for the first time in my life. Wasn't as terrible as I expected it to be! (for however much of an 'athlete' I consider myself, softball is weird for me, I throw like a girl, I have no confidence in my ability to catch a pop fly...everyone should just play volleyball)

Today: Nate and Cheryl picked up Connor last night to take him to the zoo today. They are going to have a blast! And let me tell you...having the 'morning off' from getting him up, ready and to school is SO nice, however much I completely miss our morning session of cuddling + Bob the Builder. Let me know if you ever want me to sing the theme song for you...

Coming up: Going to a fundraiser gala in the cities for an organization that my co-worker Thao works with, Humanitarian Services for Children of Vietnam. Surprised I was able to convince Bryan for an authentic Vietnamese dinner? Me too :) He needs to step outside of his food box. (frankly, so do I...I experienced sushi for the first time in my life in Chicago...and survived! Who knew?) Also stopping at my cousin's graduation party before the dinner. My cousins make me feel old. Then we have our first wedding of the year on Saturday!

Have a great rest of your week :)

1 comment:

Aleta Lin said...

Vietnamese food? Do you need an extra guest? Have fun! Glad you're back safe and sound.