I think I have finally found my limit. I am not known for saying no. This week's schedule is a perfect example of that.
Sunday- Father's Day- go to Fredericksburg, visit family
Monday- FHE- Luau at the Nursing Home, dinner with the sister missionaries
Tuesday- Pick up "Diets to Go," buy first aid kit, teach first aid to 18 crazy teenage girls before Girls Camp
Wednesday- Work a little overtime to catch up on everything I'm falling behind on
Thursday- I don't know who reads this, so I can't say whose surprise party I'm going to
Friday- Nationals Game!
Saturday- Drive to Roanoke for the Conference on the Family, and drive back
Sunday- Thats the day of rest, right?
Monday- work, FHE, etc
Tuesday- Girls Camp (oh shoot, I have to pack for that first, don't I?)- 15 mile bike ride, camp out
Wednesday- Girls Camp- canoe trip down the Shenandoah
Thursday- Work! (Sleep!)
Friday- Work! Leave for Adirondacks?
Saturday- Holiday weekend begins. Hopefully it will be spent hiking in the Adirondacks. But now that I look at the schedule, I am realizing that may be a pipe dream.
Somewhere in all of there I have to do my part to write the column, sleep, eat, do laundry, fill the car up, plan a service project for 50 singles, etc. I'm starting to realize how badly I need a housekeeper to make my meals, clean my room, do the laundry, etc.
If I am so busy why am I sitting here blogging? I've got too much to do!
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