Friday night was a free wild animal performance at the girls' school. I wasn't impressed, and Big Sister said while leaving, "well, that's two hours of my life I'll never get back." Little Sister loved the show - especially the baby kangaroo and the tortoise that peed on the floor. Middle Sister opted to stay home and watch the opening ceremonies at the Olympics.
Middle Sister is the middle player in the back row
Today we had church, I taught Sunday school, went grocery shopping, and then worked at our church's venison feed. My husband took the girls to a hockey game this afternoon.
I managed to run both days this weekend, and am amazed that my foot has not hurt afterward. I am trying a different pair of shoes with success and am hopeful that the problem is solved.
As for reading....I have a few things I finished up this weekend: 50 Children by Steven Pressman andmMrs. Lincoln's Rival by Jennifer Chiaverini- both were excellent! I am working on A Star for Mrs. Blake by April Smith and am loving that one, too.
I can't believe the weekend is over already....and that I have a 5 day week ahead of me. Ugh. The weather looks like it is warming up a little - and I mean a little - getting into the mid 20's this week. At least there is that to look forward to.