Saturday, October 24, 2009

I'm on my way!

Okay, so by the time you are all reading this, I will be fully immersed in Women's Day at my church and leading the seminar on planning an inexpensive Disney vacation. We set up Friday afternoon and that was quite the lengthy process. I mean, it took two and a half hours and then I had to leave. My poor buddy (and partner in Disney fanaticism) A.D. stayed behind and did all of the final touches.

I'm getting old. The whole thing made my whole body ache. I left there and hit the Super Target to get Michael dress shoes for the wedding. The boys' feet are just growing like crazy and luckily they had TWO pairs of shoes in his size to choose from. He chose the pair that I, personally, did not like but he did and so I'll be guaranteed that he'll wear them. I came home, cooked dinner, wrapped wedding gifts, got the rest of my paperwork sorted out for the morning, did my Examiner article, Mapquested directions to the wedding and reception, closed my cafe on Cafe World (That is a post for another time) and cut Frank's hair. I am ready to drop!!

All I can say is that I hope that we have a LOT of people come to our workshop. There are 14 workshops being offered throughout the entire day. Each one is offered two out of the three sessions. We have 54 items to give away - actually we have more than that but those are just the door prizes! Our room looks so pretty and I so desperately want this to be a success and for people to be excited about being there. We hooked up the power point to show pictures from my last trip (the one with mom, sis, aunt and cousin at the Grand Floridian) and A.D.'s last trip last month. I think that will be a nice little perk to have that showing while we're talking.

So I am off to take some Melatonin and a fistful of Advil for my aching legs. Getting old sucks. Wish me luck!!

Today's article is on homeschooling another family beside your own. To read it (and help me earn my penny!) click HERE. Thanks!


Frugal Vicki said...

Sounds like you were one busy bee! I hope it will be a huge success for you! It sounds like you all put a lot of work into it!

Sherri said...

Lots of luck! I need to learn more on that subject for sure. And...yep, getting old does stink. I raked leaves yesterday and I feel like I've been it by a mack truck.

What was done said...

Getting old is only in our mind.
Age never prevented people from doing things: