Monday, June 28, 2010

Weekend in Review

The Lane family had another pretty full weekend, or at least I did. I’m pretty sure Burge was glad to go back to work this morning after having the kids by himself not once, but twice this weekend. God bless him for being a hands-on dad and being so willing to spend time alone with his kids, because goodness knows I needed a little time away.

Friday night, I got my scrapbook on with my girls. I love to scrapbook! I also like to eat and spend a lot of time talking and looking at other people’s scrapbooks. Which is why I love to go to crops…all that fun and no kids! Anyway, I finished Abby’s kindergarten year in her school scrapbook, which is a good thing since she starts first grade in a little over a month.

Saturday, Burge mowed the grass, while the kids and I watched cartoons in the air-conditioned house. I’m just a good wife like that. We were going to go swimming, but it was very overcast, and we figured about the time we got to the pool the bottom would fall out and it would storm (wow, how’s that for a run-on sentence?). So, we decided to take a road trip to a dairy farm instead (more on that later). Great fun and good eats ensued. Burge grilled us some pork chops for supper, which are Abby’s favorite. That girl can put away some pork chops. Then after the kids went to bed, Burge and I played Phase 10 and learned it is much easier to get through all ten phases when there’s just two people playing. I won, not to rub it in or anything.

Sunday included church, a blessed nap (why are naps soooooo much better on Sunday afternoons?), and a two hour choir practice. I finished off the weekend by watching New Moon again, while Burge kept the kids again. I feel like I must get prepared for the premiere this week of Eclipse (it is this week, right?), even though I hold no illusions that I will see it before it comes out on DVD.

So, in a nutshell, Burge did a lot of work this weekend, and I did a lot of goofing off. I love that man!

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