Monday, February 23, 2015

This week....

Kiss the pasture good-bye, Vienna; you won't be getting much grass this week. Not because the weather isn't nice (although they say rain is coming),
but because it is one of THOSE weeks.

"Might as well take another nap. Looks like we're going to have a long, boring week."
Today I had to work, then get Brian through violin practice before taking him to his violin lesson. Tomorrow I work again, then go in for my annual doctor's exams before picking up Brian for violin practice, etc. Wednesday morning I'll be Brian's teacher (and violin practice assistant) before teaching at the homeschool co-op, taking Brian to his piano lesson, then to fencing class in another city. Thursday is another work day, followed by violin practice and fencing class again. Friday – you guessed it – I also have to work, then do payroll at Rick's clinic, pick up Brian after his science class and get him home to practice. Figure in the fact that work and each Brian's activities are in different towns and we live an hour's round trip from each of them, and you quickly run out of daylight time. I hope Annabelle doesn't have a set-back; she's doing better, even getting up on her own, and I credit lots of hours in the sunshine moving around and grazing last week. My horse isn't likely to get ridden much, either. Such is life!

That's it for now from . . .




5 comments:

Debbie said...

Hang in there Michelle.
The blossoms look beautiful! Spring is coming.
Glad to hear that Annabelle is doing better.
And still no robins here, not yet.

Michelle said...

Oh, I will, Debbie, if by my fingernails. The end of the month is like this now, due to the nature of my job.

Susan said...

What a schedule! It is so nice to see your sunshine, Michelle. It gives me hope that we will see it here. Someday.

Nancy Kay said...

You are running quite the taxi service, eh. But you wouldn't have it any other way! What a busy schedule. I think the napping dogs have it made! Loved the pictures!

fiberjoy said...

Hang in the Michelle. Stop to enjoy the flowers whenever you can. You'll get through this season when obligations and responsibilities have multiplied.