February 04, 2008

I'm Back!

hello

Just popping in after a nice, long weekend with family... to say that I'm back. As with all long weekends away - they bring with them piles of laundry, suitcases to unpack, messes to clean up, and a rush for the following Monday! I'm on my way to register to vote today (THE LAST DAY IN TX TO REGISTER). Have I ever told you that I work well under pressure?

We were up at 6:30am and are going strong... I'll leave you with my to-do list for this week. I promise to try to get it checked off so I can come back to blog world again! Until then... have a super day out there!

Heather's Monday List
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Register to vote
Unpack suitcases & put away
Call on co-op field trip and get finalized
Email co-op with details of field trip & get final count
Date set for robotics night
Call friend
Update and check calendar
Print new Feb. month-view Calendar for dayplanner
Renew books online at library
Bible & Devo w/ Daddy before he leaves for work
Prayer, Prayer Journal, Math, Penmanship...

Rest of school done...
Clean out emails
Buy cat food - poor kitties!
Clean house for the week
Laundry mountain
What's for dinner? - oops! Chipotle it was!
Get church contribution document to tax man
Blog something (sorry - no Pulitzer prize for me today!)
Get copy of photos from this weekend from grandparents
Assignments for Heart of the Matter done
Swap Present sent (oops - late!)
Grocery shopping & Menu

... etc...

I'll be adding to this list later. I'll be back to posting as usual tomorrow, most likely. I miss reading my favorite blogs, too. So I might just pop in on you tonight if I can get ahead of myself!

Have a great week!


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6 comments:

My Boaz's Ruth said...

I'm assuming you mean last day to register to vote to be able to vote in the primaries?

we're going to have to put registering to vote in a higher priority this year or we won't get to vote in the presidential vote. (which, as the candidates narrow, is starting to look like less and less of a tragedy!)

Sprittibee said...

Yes - primaries...

I don't agree... I always think voting is important - whether we get exactly what we want or not. It affects our children and even us (bad policies/bad judges appointed).

I'm not sure who I'm voting for... Huckabee or Paul. It is really a draw with me. I heard Huckabee speak on TV this past weekend and he made a lot of sense. I do NOT like McCain or Romney - but I would rather see one of them win than Osama or the Hillbillary.

Terri Sue said...

Thank you for the reminder! We hadn't turned our registration change in yet! We are now ready to vote!

Be blessed!
Terri Sue

Judy said...

What a busy day you have planned! I also mailed out my swap today (I deleted her address and then my computer was down for days). All mailed out now. I have one even better than almost forgetting to vote...I didn't realize voting was tomorrow until I went to the library today to pick up books!!
Have a great day!

crumbsonmyfloor said...

Weekend trips away are so good for the soul. But the work when you get back is hard on the body!
Have a great week. I am hosting 2 give aways within the next 2 weeks at my blog. One for a childrens book and one for a free magazine subscription.
www.crumbonmyfloor.com

Take care,
Amy

My Boaz's Ruth said...

Yeah but at least then I'd have a reason not to have to make a decision.

If McCain wins the Repub nomination, I'm going to have real difficulties deciding who to vote for. I'm okay with Huckabee or Romney and I don't think Ron Paul has a feather's chance.

 

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