Since my last post we've had all kinds of boring excitement around here. Terry, the girls and I went to Dallas a couple of weekends ago so that T could speak at a conference. He stayed at the hotel and we stayed with a friend and her kids. It was a total whirlwind that included a birthday party at Chuck E Cheese for one of Mini-Me's dear friends, the drowning of my digital camera in The Sweet Diva's famous sweet tea, and ended with me coming down with a bug the night before we left. (Again, TLo, so sorry!) All in all it was a blast even if the trip made me realize how much I miss Dallas and my friends.
But, home again, home again jiggity jig; home again, home again to buy a fat pig. (Isn't that how the nursery rhyme goes?) When we arrived back in Edmond, gas was anywhere from $3.29-$3.35 a gallon. I, for once, didn't completely freak out. I've been really praying about letting this go to God--that and half a bazillion other things that affect my life and I have no control over--and it seems to be working. Not only that, but gas has now gone back down to a reasonable $3.09. =)
The house now has actual walls that have been taped and bedded. I got a new camera on Saturday so be expecting lots of pictures soon. And, I only have three days of school left before I start my glorious summer. (A post on my summer plans will follow next week, because I know you are all just DYING to know.)
Speaking of summer plans, T has posted his Summer of George agenda which will, of course, affect me greatly. But I'm ready for it. As a matter of fact, I've picked my running up again too, and plan on being very fit just about the time for jeans and sweaters rolls around.
Two last things: I hate potty training with such a passion that I may let Mini-T wear pull-ups until she is in high school, and Mini-me vacuumed the whole apartment today. By herself. Because she wanted to. I want to buy her a car.