happy saturday

Oh goodness, am I worn out today. I’ve been running around since early this morning. I certainly won’t need sleeping pills tonight (not that I ever do — I don’t have any problem zonking out). The day started out with Mass and a parents meeting for First Communion. That lasted most of the morning. In the afternoon I did have some time to just hang out. I checked out the library’s book sale and picked a few books up. And tonight was the Cub Scouts’ Blue & Gold Banquet. Jake received his Wolf badge.


We had a great time but it was a little long. In fact, we had to skip out a tiny bit early because Noah and Laura were just too tired. We didn’t get home until about 9, which is very late for them. But dinner was great (spaghetti, meatballs, salad, and fresh bread) and we were treated to some Native American dances, which were really cool. Jake loves studying about the Native Americans so I know he especially enjoyed it. A busy, but good day.


  1. Kelly says:

    The best way to manage people is through experience, but some people are naturally better at it than others. A good sense of humor and delegation skills come in handy. Also, paying particular mind to yours as well as others’ preferred methods of communication makes a big difference. I could go on and on, but that’s my two-cents while wearing my HR hat.

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