Whoohoo! I'm finished with my fabulous Relief Society presentation! I finished writing it about 4:30 this afternoon, picked up a spare reader during dinner, and it was all over in a matter of minutes. It was all about how to simplify your life. And if they ask me to do another skit any time soon, I will simplify my life by saying "No." Or maybe "No, thank you."
Actually, I thought I would feel a little more relief than this. But it just cleared room for all the other things that I have to do to press in on me. (recycling tomorrow, must buy birthday present for party, need groceries, doctor's appointment, pick up recital music, call everyone for choir practice Saturday morning, make muffins for choir members, buy non-staining juice to go with muffins, lead song on Sunday (don't mess up), make jello-salad for farewell dinner for Jon, make or buy bread for same, don't forget to buy ingredients for jello salad, no school on Monday, early out tomorrow, arrange play date for Anderson, find overdue library books, return projector to Stake Center)
I hope you didn't read all that.
Here are a couple of links I used in my presentation--you've probably seen them. But they are fun.
Mom My Ride
The Meanest Mom
And here's something else you've already seen: Rosalie outside. She's so bossy. She makes me take her outside two or three times a day! But she doesn't throw hissy fits if she gets her outside time. Maybe it's the vitamin D.
Casey, thank you for buying me tons of stuff, I mean stuffs, in India. I hope when you go to the Taj Mahal and think about how it is a big tomb a man built as a monument for his beloved wife, you will think of your beloved wife and wish that I was there. With you. Not in the tomb.