Get your pads and pens ready because it’s time for the Week In Review.
The Week In Review is a list, in its purest form, not of the things you still need to do, but of all the things you have done in the last seven days. It’s an achievement list, an ode to yourself, a celebration of sorts, and a virtual pat on the back.
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Let’s get listing:
I worked six days in a row and over fifty hours on the job. Ouch.
I fed myself several times a day. Yes, they were predominantly meals purchased or prepared for me by someone else, which has little bearing to me anymore. Open mouth, insert food.
I was super successful in bringing my fork to my mouth and only managed to spill minimal amounts on Oscar and the bump.
Not surprisingly, I soaked in the bathtub daily. At some point, I might put Prince Charming to shame and turn into a raisin or a prune, with or without a kiss. For now though, water is… ♫ where it’s at. I got two turntables and a microphone. ♫
I had a mini breakdown at Babies R Us on Friday. Totally normal behavior this close to the end or so I’m told. Four weeks and counting.
I got a massage on Saturday which did wonders, albeit temporarily, for my fragile mental and physical state.
I vacuumed out the car, which was desperately needed. Clean car first, baby seat installation second. Gulp.
I paid bills, did our finances, and ran errands, including a visit to my beloved Nature’s Bin and the Breadsmith.
I did a decent job of staying fairly current with BlogLovin. Dusts off shoulder.
I cheered on the Hubby and my father in law while they painted half the nursery a subtle shade of grey. The mural, which we left untouched, came with the house.
I penned twenty-five thank you cards with more to come. I am so appreciative and grateful for all the support. Blows kiss.
I started tackling all the baby gifts, with the help of my mother in law, which including sorting, organizing and laundering. Holy baby stuff Batman.
I made a fantastic spur of the moment veggie stuffed calzone for dinner on Saturday. It was packed with Brussel sprouts and asparagus, and the Hubby, who detests those gorgeous green globes, went back for seconds and then thirds.
I spent Sunday at the in-laws, where we had a low key and super tasty Easter Brunch.
I didn’t really want to leave the house. I’m so glad I did. Plus, they sent me home with extra carrot cake.
It’s your turn. I want to hear from you. Link up and get yo’ list on.
What are three things you accomplished in the last week?