Saturday, March 22, 2008

Soaking it all in...




I'm feeling the need just to soak in every moment right now and just enjoy everything, as our world is about to change big time! Today was so great... one last free spring break day before work on Monday. I don't have to work tomorrow, but Paul and I will be singing/playing for THREE Easter services in the morning... so today was our last day to really sleep in and then get things done.

First, Paul put up the ceiling fan in our guest room! We've had the fan in a box for about three months now but I knew I wanted it up before the baby comes... that room just gets so hot and its where my mom is going to stay when he comes.

Then, I got all kinds of laundry done, including bathroom rugs and door mats, which hardly EVER get washed around here. And I did the impossible today! You're not going to believe this, but I opened the dryer (while it was running), threw in a wet sock I had forgotten, and closed the dryer, all the while, it stayed running. I know, I know, you're thinking wow, can this day get any better??

Oh yes it can!!! Aside from all of that, we also got some much needed grocery shopping done, making a little date out of it by stopping to get Icees from the gas station first. Also, the bathrooms are now spotless, and I cleaned out our closets. I even snuck in a nap while Paul watched some golf!!! Its rare that we have days like this, and its been so nice just to be the two of us. To end it all, we took Daisy (our black lab) out to a park by the lake in our neighborhood to throw the ball for a while. It was just a great day.

4 comments:

Ashley McWhorter said...

I love, love, love these pictures!!! So beautiful! Happy Easter!!!

Robin said...

Oh my word, Charlie will be here any day! I know because this is classic nesting.

Lindsay said...

I love days like that. Yeah, you are definately nesting!

Great pics...I love the belly shot!

dad said...

i cried when i read your blog. life is going by way too fast and you've grown so very much in so many ways. i don't say enough just how proud i am of you and thankful to God for the blessing you are. i will always love you. i will always be....
your dad.