Good morning! I hope your day is off to a great start!
Jesse was gone on a business trip Thursday through Saturday morning and I got sick with what my kids had last week (congestion/fevers, etc.) right after he left. So, needless to say, I was very ready for him to walk in the door on Saturday morning!
I spent the weekend recuperating — mostly just resting, reading, writing, and watching a few movies. After many weeks of busyness, it was wonderful, despite the fact that I didn’t feel well.
I’m feeling quite a bit better today, but I’m planning to still take it pretty easy so that I’m fully recovered for Silas’s birthday and speaking at the Arlington Homeschool Conference later this week.
I only ended up getting to go through Kaitlynn’s clothes a few weeks ago, so today I’m tackling Silas and Kathrynne’s clothes — getting rid of things that no longer fit, organizing, and making sure they have plenty of clothes for Spring/Summer.
Here’s my plan for this morning:
- Bible reading/journaling
- Blogging/business work
- Run/shower/dressed for the day I want to have
- Pick up my room/make my bed
- Start a load of laundry
- Morning Time
- School with Silas
- Get kids started on chores/independent work/Daily Lists
- Quick pick up of the house/kitchen cleaned up
- Go through the Kathrynne and Silas’ clothes
- Write thank you note/notes to kids/Mother’s Day card
- Fold & put away all laundry
This evening (hopefully!), I’ll share a post about how our day went and give you an update (with pictures) on my progress on our house and the kid’s clothes.
Need some motivation? Check out my post on 10 Ways to Make Cleaning More Fun.
Want to join me? Leave a comment to let us know you’re participating! If you have time, tell us what your morning plan is, too.