(While these bags have been moved from the kitchen to the bedrooms they are still not unpacked and probably won’t be anytime in the near future. Aside from my laptop of course. Funny how I can always squeeze in a minute or two for blogging… I’m all about priorities…) :)
I spent the last two days downtown with my little dancers and all of their friends. Six hours of practice and waiting to practice on dress rehearsal day and six hours of dancing and waiting to dance on performance day (they put on the show twice).
I volunteered to stay the whole time and help entertain the little ones while they were waiting for their turn to dance. While most of the girls colored and played games, I put Addie right to work on her birthday thank you notes.
And it’s show time! Oh my word they were cute. SO cute. Both of my girls did a darling job. I didn’t take a single picture of them dancing because I didn’t want to take my eyes off of them and miss a thing. But this dance extravaganza weekend wore me out. I told Kenny tonight we are so NOT taking dance next year. And I mean it. Right up until I change my mind next week and sign the girls up again. The whole time I was watching the first show I was thinking about how many hours my parents spent watching me dance. I danced from age 4 all the way through college. All of the recitals, practices, football and basketball games, competitions… how did they do it!? Funny how much more you appreciate your parents once you become a parent yourself. (Love you mom and dad)
My girls still have two more weeks of school left and then life should finally calm down. At least that’s what I keep telling myself. I think I can make it to summer… I think I can I think I can….
I have something going on almost every night this week so I’m apologizing in advance if blogging is slow. One night I’m speaking in our ward (church group) on organization. I’ve done it before for another ward and it was so much fun. I’m excited. Once I start talking about organization it’s hard to get me to stop so my church friends are in for a long night. ;)