All my days are busy, but I'm on call this week so not much sleep and my work day never ends. Last day is tomorrow, so yay! This whole week has been a pain with supposedly simple matters blowing up at the last minute at work, unexpected cold weather and snow, and a kid suddenly deciding to act up constantly at day care. Can't wait for the weekend.
Enjoy your rest!
Get used to me. Black, confident, cocky; my name, not yours; my religion, not yours; my goals, my own; get used to me. -Muhammad Ali
Another busy day here. Worked in the morning, then straight to the middle school, to help out at Ability Awareness Week (wheel chair bowling!) Then over to the school library for my regular volunteer hour. A short break, then went back to get the middle schooler, rushed her home to change into band uniform, then over to the high school for Band Festival. Back home, then over to the church for a meeting. Home now and ready for bed.
Two more days, then a wonderful week of Spring Break. The band received a Superior rating, by the way!
Pretty good day, other than the lousy cold weather. Work was quiet. Boss is out of town and I watched tv most of the day. 2 hours at the gym after work, then out to eat with my sister. Now in my jammies, electric fireplace on, doing laundry, watching tv. Big Head Todd, the stray cat, is asleep on the floor and snoring.
Not bad. Work this morning, one of the two boys I work most with was out, so that made it easier to give the first the attention he deserves. I subbed in the afternoon, and that went so well. The boy worked with there had no outbursts! He didn't even yell (I swear, he has two volumes: loud and louder )
Then off to the middle school, took DD2 right to high school for her last Band Festival event (another Superior rating!) And then across town to see the DD1 in a track meet at the rival school. Saw her event, then back to the first high school to get DD2.
In-and-Out for dinner. Whew! One more day until break
Trader Joe's Tingle conditioner wash/ conditioner
AG re:coil, LALooks gel, John Frieda Secret Weapon