Sunday, October 12, 2008

Thanksgiving Weekend

Thanksgiving is this weekend. Our renovations are not yet complete, I really didn't think that they would be. Things are getting closer Jamie and Wayne are doing the baseboards up this morning/afternoon and Jamie is also working on getting the primmer in the half bath. yesterday we finished the floor, it looks great i will get some pictures later once the baseboards are in.

The weather has finally turned this week and it is cold in the morning. We have had frost the last two nights. I'm planning to do a craft with the kids on Sunday while waiting for the Turkey to cook. I found one that all 3 of my kids can do Of course they will all be different and maybe even daddy will join in the fun.

Mackenzie is doing okay at the tryouts for the Journal Games. He seems to enjoy running. I hope that he makes the team but have told him that he needs to really push himself I don't think that he puts much effort into it. Hockey is really starting this weekend. We had a parents meeting Friday night and a practice on Saturday and a Game this morning. We lost 3 to 1 but the kids played hard nad worked together so it will only be time until they do better. From now on my weekends will be full of living at the rink again maybe I will get some work done on my afghan, I like to knit during practices can't do much during the games but practices are usually good for a bit of work.

Megan doesn't have swimming this weekend but she will have it again next week. Next week is also the big Cookie Blitz at Sparks I will be selling cookies like mad. She likes her swim instructor and seems to be in the right group.

Melissa my little fish loves her class but has to learn some fear or she is going to give everyone heart attacks.

I haven't been doing much crafting with the house is chaos and working on getting my AVON team in place I haven't had much time for anything else.

This morning I woke up a little early made coffee, checked my emails, Facebook and SparkPeople accounts.  It's a little overcast outsid...