You be the judge:
Friday afternoon- dog walked and played kick ball with the kids and our neighbors.
Friday night- hung out with Bill watching backlogged Daily Shows and Colbert Report before falling asleep before 11pm
Saturday am- Walked 3 miles on the treadmill and later 2 more (Slow) miles with the dog on a crazy warm day. Called my MIL for her to talk to the kids and and the possibility of Ben flying out to see her in March.
Saturday afternoon- Went and saw a movie alone. AWESOME call,the Descendants was great, Oscar Buzz worthy movie as well as 2 hours in the dark/quiet. Came home played with the kids outside and prepped a freeze ahead meal x3 while catching up on TAL
Saturday night- Bill and Ben to an overnight camping event at a local kids museum, Ben and I hung out on a hot date at the grocery then chilled watching Sesame Street. I kept him up a little later so he would sleep in (score, he didn't wake up until 7:30). I went to bed around 9 and read a book falling asleep around 11 pm.
Sunday am- Early service at church, returned library books, and then yoga class and 2.5 miles on the treadmill
Sunday afternoon- My friend Katie came over to visit and make bear bucks reward cookies with Ben. I recovered the 4 breakfast nook chairs and chatted over the staple gun firing.
Sunday late afternoon- walked the dog with the kids to the playground and then played outside until dark, family dinner trying out a new freeze ahead recipe.
Sunday night- Finished bagging up the rest of the closet clean out to pass off. Chilled watching Good Wife and 60 mins and getting Monday backpacks/lunches ready, and a couple of new playlists organized.
What is missing from this WHOLE weekend?
Work. School-related work of any kind.
Can I get an Amen on dropping the part-time section of online teaching?
Better yet, I'll join in the Amen corner to a weekend of productivity mixed with doing exactly what I wanted with the time.
Super bonus: Two nights of 8 hours sleep and I'm starting the work week in a great place.