Sunday, February 1, 2009

Super Sunday

I'm watching the Super Bowl and doing my usual Internet surfing. I don't have a favorite team in the game, so really I'm just watching it for the commercials. I know a lot of people say that, but remember I make a living making commercials. So, for me it's. . . research. Yeah, that's it.

I realized I haven't blogged since last weekend. Nothing terribly eventful happened this week, so I'm sharing the pictures I've taken this week for my 365 project along with the comments I posted with them:

These are the hands of some of my Sunday School students. They are a wonderful group of two-year-olds. I wonder where these hands will go and whose lives they will touch.I washed all my bedding yesterday from the mattress pad and pillow covers to the sheets to the comforter and the blankets. It's nice to sleep on a really clean bed. And, yes, I'm a grown woman with a Teddy Bear. Anybody got a problem with that?!?
I went to the dentist today. No cavities!
I keep nursery at church on Wednesday nights. The two-year-olds and up have a program called "Awana". This is one of the leaders doing a puppet show for the kids. The puppets act out a story that goes along with the lesson.
Tonight's Dinner: Chicken Cordon Blue, Sweet Peas, Roasted Potatoes, and Biscuit.
Emerald Sea Salt & Pepper Cashews.
I'm having a cup of tea tonight. I'm really a coffee person, but every now and then...

Flickr has a tool that lets you make a mosaic of a set of pictures. Here is my mosaic for my January pictures:
January '09 Mosaic
This week I don't expect anything very eventful either. I babysit next Saturday night for my boys - here's hoping that's uneventful, too!


Holly said...

Sounds like a good week to me!

Mason-Dixon said...

AT least you get commericals....we don't and since I really wasn't into either team, I didn't stay up to watch it. Though it made me miss home. Nice CLemson blamket..=-)

Holly S. said...

I got that Clemson blanket from my aunt and uncle when I graduated from HIGH SCHOOL. So, it's old. Really old. That fleece holds up forever! said...

Hey Holly!

I sure have missed you! I'm sure that Laura updated everyone and Knitting Circle. Things have not gone to plan with the adoption and the children. It's been a frustrating and painful journey.

I'll fill you in soon. I'm hoping that Josh's schedule will allow me to return to K.C. at least once a month.

I miss you!